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Monday, September 20, 1999 Published at 05:39 GMT 06:39 UK


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Menopause breakthrough

The surgeon who carried out the world's first successful ovary graft, opening the possibility of a new treatment to reverse the menopause, speaks to the BBC.



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 Professor Ian Craft, director of London Fertility Centre

  Roger Highfield, the Daily Telegraph's Science Correspondent






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