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In this photo taken on Jan. 6, 2011, and released by the University of Pittsburgh Medical Center (UPMC) researcher Brian Hermann of the university's Magee-Womens Research Institute processes a testicular tissue sample as part of a fertility preservation study in Pittsburgh. Researchers are preserving stem cells from the testicular tissue of boys diagnosed with cancer in the hopes that these cells will be used to restore fertility later. (AP Photo/UPMC, Ronald A. Fontana) NO SALES.
Photo by: Ronald A. Fontana
In this photo taken on Jan. 6, 2011, and released by the University of Pittsburgh Medical Center (UPMC) researcher Brian Hermann of the university's Magee-Womens Research Institute processes a testicular tissue sample as part of a fertility preservation study in Pittsburgh. Researchers are preserving stem cells from the testicular tissue of boys diagnosed with cancer in the hopes that these cells will be used to restore fertility later. (AP Photo/UPMC, Ronald A. Fontana) NO SALES.

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