Fécondité masculine: Meilleur avant…

The Autism News | French Après 40 ans, les hommes auraient plus de chances d’avoir un enfant «anormal». Par Journal de Montréal | SUN Media Les hommes peuvent-ils passer date quand il s’agit de devenir père? Ridicule! répondront une majorité, citant une liste interminable de célébrités devenues pères sur le tard: David Letterman à 56 ans, Warren Beatty à 63, Larry King à 65, Picasso à 68, Trudeau à 72 et Charlie Chaplin, à 73 ans! «Les femmes naissent avec un nombre fixe d’ovocytes», explique le Dr Bernard Robaire, parlant de ces cellules essentielles à la reproduction chez la femme

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