Anatolia Vertadella is the woman who, at the age of 101, underwent an ovary transplantation and became the mother of a child as a result of the transplant.
She is the woman who has the distinction of being the oldest mother of a child.
"I'm extremely grateful to the entire team of doctors who made the decision to do this unlawful procedure and continue with the operation. I'm quite grateful for my 17th child. I count my blessings in this."
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"I've been feeling unimportant to God for a long time. I haven't been able to reproduce since I turned 48. Ovarian cancer was discovered in my body and I was diagnosed. For years, I believed Gog was punishing me for having just 16 children, but in his infinite compassion, he has once again blessed me with fertility."
Despite the fact that it was against the law, she made this decision, and the doctors agree that it was an excellent idea.
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