BORN. To OUARDA TOUIRAT, 32, the first woman to conceive naturally and give birth after a transplant of her own frozen ovarian tissue, and her husband, MALIK; a daughter, TAMARA; in Brussels. In 1997, Touirat was diagnosed with advanced Hodgkin's lymphoma. Doctors proposed the experimental technique to preserve her chances of having a child naturally. Her ovarian tissue, which holds immature eggs, was frozen in liquid nitrogen, then thawed and reimplanted after Touirat successfully completed chemotherapy and was declared cancer-free.

FREED. GLORIA TREVI, 36, irreverent pop-music superstar nicknamed "Mexico's Madonna"; following her acquittal on charges...

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