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Research by Prof Richard Anderson into freezing reproductive tissue enables cancer patients to have children

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TitleCancer patient who froze her ovaries 10 years ago gives birth
Media name/outletDaily Mail
Date of coverage12/07/16
TitleTumour patient gives birth decade after freezing tissue
Media name/outletThe Times
Date of coverage13/07/16
TitleBaby born to Scottish cancer patient using frozen ovary tissue
Media name/outletThe Scotsman
Date of coverage13/07/16
TitleCancer patient gives birth after frozen ovary reimplanted
Media name/outletThe Daily Telegraph
Date of coverage15/07/16
TitleWomen with rare cancer starts family
Media name/outletThe Times
Date of coverage15/07/16
TitleHundreds of cancer victims can have babies
Media name/outletDaily Mail
Date of coverage15/07/16
TitleMum's joy after baby is born from frozen ovary in UK first
Media name/outletDaily Express
Date of coverage15/07/16
TitleBaby joy of cancer patient in big freeze
Media name/outletThe Sun
Date of coverage15/07/16
TitleMum's joy after baby born from frozen ovary tissue
Media name/outletMetro
Date of coverage15/07/16
TitleChildren as young as one can have tissue frozen
Media name/outletThe Herald
Date of coverage15/07/16
TitleFrozen tissue programme offers hope to young cancer patients
Media name/outletThe Scotsman
Date of coverage15/07/16
TitleMiracle of frozen ovary tot
Media name/outletDaily Record
Date of coverage15/07/16
TitleCancer sufferer 'overjoyed' to give birth after ovaries re-omplanted
Media name/outletThe Belfast Telegraph
Date of coverage15/07/16
TitleCharlie, the little boy with brain cancer, gets the chance to be a dad one day
Media name/outletDaily Mail
Date of coverage16/07/16
TitleBoy, 6, one of first to be given fertility treatment
Media name/outletDaily Express
Date of coverage16/07/16
TitlePioneering service for young boys
Media name/outletEdinburgh Evening News
Date of coverage15/07/16
TitleWoman has baby after ivary tissue reimplanted
Media name/outletWestern Mail
Date of coverage15/07/16
TitleThis is the first woman in England to give birth from frozen ovary
Media name/outletSeconds
Date of coverage15/07/16
TitleWoman (31) becomes first in UK to give birth after scientists freeze section of her ovaries
Media name/outletIrish Independent
Date of coverage15/07/16
TitleA 33 year old woman from Edinburgh hasve given birth to a healthy baby boy using her ovarian tissue that was frozen
Media name/outletGuernsey Press
Date of coverage16/07/16
TitleCancer patient 'overjoyed' at birth of son after frozen ovary tissue reimplanted
Media name/outletMed India
Date of coverage16/07/16
TitleCancer treatment
Media name/outletSTV
Date of coverage14/07/16
TitleEdinburgh University interview
Media name/outletBBC Radio4
Date of coverage15/07/16
TitleUniversity of Edinburgh mention
Media name/outletForth One
Date of coverage14/07/16
TitleUniversity of Edinburgh mention
Media name/outletBBC Radio Scotland
Date of coverage15/07/16
TitleUniversity of Edinburgh mention
Media name/outletBBC Radio2
Date of coverage15/07/16
TitleUniversity of Edinburgh mention
Media name/outletBBC Radio Sheffield
Date of coverage15/07/16
TitleUniversity of Edinburgh mention
Media name/outletBBC Radio4
Date of coverage15/07/16
TitleIn fertility first, baby conceived from re-implanted frozen ovarian tissue is born in UK hospital
Media name/outletMedical Daily
Date of coverage18/07/16

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