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39 year old, Juliana Finondo from Argentina is the first ever heart transplant patient to give birth using IVF despite doctor’s warnings. After having heart transplant, she turned to IVF treatment and gave birth to her wonderful daughter, a world premiere.

Fertility Treatment Linked to Multiple Sclerosis - by: HealthDay News Staff, HealthDay News

Fertility treatment is associated with a higher risk of multiple sclerosis exacerbations, which is linked to the increase in reproductive hormones affecting immune function, according to a study published online Oct. 3 in the Annals of Neurology.  

Argentina: Ugly people strike back - by: Daniel Schweimler, BBC News, Buenos Aires

Buenos Aires is a city of beautiful people where appearances are important. The men will tell you that Argentine women are the most attractive in the world; the women say much the same about the men.  But not everyone in Buenos Aires is beautiful. Gonzalo Otalora, for instance, is downright ugly, and he is not embarrassed to admit it.

Buenos Aires or bust - by: Oliver Balch, guardian.co.uk

Oliver Balch charts the irresistible rise of the tango-and-boob-job break in Argentina Foreign tourists have long felt the pull of Buenos Aires's tango halls and dinosaur-sized steaks. But now a new feature of the so-called Paris of Latin America is drawing international visitors: the surgeon's knife.  

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