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    Cholesterol- The Medication of the Future
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    bobby75703 posted:
    About a year ago I predicted that cholesterol itself will become medication in he future. Much to my surprise its already happening.

    Egg Yolk, Soybean oil drip to treat Infertility?

    http://abcnews.go.com/blogs/health/2012/05/17/egg-yolk-soybean-oil-drip-to-treat-infertility/
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    Haylen_WebMD_Staff responded:
    Thank you for sharing!

    These kind of advances are fascinating - there was recently an article about the possibility of ovarian stem cells being used one day help infertile women get pregnant.

    Fascinating stuff!

    Haylen

    p.s. WebMD has an excellent "Trying To Conceive " community.


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