After a successful ovary trasplant this woman of 100 years of age give birth.
According to the Rivista Napoli, Anatolia Vertadella, a 101-year-old Italian woman, gave birth to a 9-pound baby after undergoing a controversial ovary transplant that was widely panned by medical professionals due to her advanced age.
We all know that giving birth at this age is natural impossible, but science has shown that it is possible.
According to the centennial mother, who does not want to reveal the name of the clinic where the operation was performed, the unauthorized and controversial surgical procedure was performed in a private clinic in Turkey, where European laws on ovary transplants do not apply.
"I am extremely thankful to the whole team of directors who agreed to continue with the operation," she said, her eyes welling up with tears.
I am overjoyed to have given birth to my seventeenth child. Anatolia Vertadella, 101, says, "This is a true blessing and a testimony to the Creator's Strength."
This is very surprising to have seen an old woman of this age giving birth.
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