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Polycystic Ovary Syndrome Might Start in the Brain, Not the Ovaries

By Fiona Macdonald

A new study has found evidence that the common and debilitating reproductive condition, polycystic ovary syndrome, could start in the brain, not the ovaries, as researchers have long assumed.

If verified, the research could change the way we think about the painful and severely misunderstood condition, which affects at least one in 10 women worldwide. Read More.

Published by Science Alert March 21, 2017.


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