New stem cell controversy: Possibility of stem cells in ovarian eggs could revolutionize in vitro

Are women born with all the eggs they will ever have, or do they possess the ability to make more? That debate is in full force this week as researchers led by Kui Liu at the University of Gothenburg in Sweden say they have ruled out the tantalising possibility that ovarian stem cells exist.

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