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A woman who was born with a blood disorder called beta thalassemiawho had her ovary removed and frozen at just 9 years old always dreamed of being able to have a family someday.

In order for Matrooshi, 24, to receive a necessary bone marrow transplant from her brother when she was a child, she had to first go through chemotherapy, which damages the ovaries.

“Within three months of reimplanting her ovarian tissue, Moaza went from being menopausal to having regular periods again,” Dr. Sara Matthews told the BBC.






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