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Male fertility: how age affects men's chances of having children

By Michael Carroll, Reader / Associate Professor in Reproductive Science, Manchester Metropolitan University
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In 2012, proud dad Ramjit Raghav made global headlines when he became a father at the age of 96. He had beaten the record for the world’s oldest dad – a record he’d set himself, two years earlier, at the age of 94.

Older men fathering children is not unknown, especially in the world of celebrities. Rod Stewart became a dad for the eighth time at 66, Mick…

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