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Yes. This test is also referred to as Friedman's test after Maurice Friedman who developed it. A sample of a woman's urine was injected into a female rabbit (known not to be pregnant) and a test conducted on the rabbit's ovaries several days later would indicate whether the woman was pregnant.
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