A cutting edge procedure known as an ovarian tissue transplant has successfully given some women a second chance: Freezing time.
One in every 46 women under the age of 40 is diagnosed with cancer ... And during the most fertile time of a woman's life the treatment to *cure* that cancer-- chemotherapy or radiation--can leave a woman infertile.
Some are turning to an experimental technique called ovarian tissue cyropreservation ...*freezing* precious ovarian tissue *before* cancer treatment begins. So far the procedure has resulted in 20 babies worldwide,but because the procedure is experimental, it is not covered by insurance.
Doctors and researchers are working to improve the efficiency of the technique... Hopeful it will soon be an established fertility method.