It would be a huge relief for women whose ovaries are damaged by gruelling radiotherapy or chemotherapy.
Pors and her co-authors theorized that if they could bioengineer an ovarian tissue scaffold that is free of cancer, they could seed it with previously frozen early-stage follicles, which then might develop and mature naturally.
The discovery has been hailed as "exciting" by fertility experts. Pors, on Monday, would be addressing and telling in a yearly meeting of the European Society of Human Reproduction and Embryology at Barcelona, about the method with which the team implanted the artificial ovary.
Women can now undergo an ovarian tissue transplant, where some or part of the ovary is removed and frozen, then replanted when they reach remission.
This is the only fertility preservation treatment available for girls who have not started ovulating. This scaffold she explained originates from the woman's own tissues or from donated tissues.
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The team found that the ovarian follicles were able to survive on the decellularised scaffold, marking a first-time achievement and a step towards fertility preservation for women with cancer. They removed cancer cells from the ovarian tissue, leaving behind a "scaffold" made up of proteins and collagen, BBC News reported.
At present, there are a couple of methods at her disposal: she could choose to remove and freeze some of her eggs and then, after her treatment, she can opt for in-vitro fertilization. "This is early days for the work but it's a very interesting proof of concept", said Nick Macklon, a medical director at London Women's Clinic. In English, if the frozen tissue is put back one, then the disease will probably come back.
The Daily Telegraph reported that the "artificial ovary" was implanted into a mouse, and the process succeeded after several attempts.
About 2% of women of reproductive age who have cancer and go through treatment are at risk of losing their ovarian function - and thus their fertility.
The approach has been garnering praise from the scientific community, but more research is needed. It could take five to 10 years of work before artificial ovaries are ready for human trials, she added. Which were collected from cancer patients.
This is perhaps the only treatment for preserving fertility in women.