Swedish Surgeons Say They Completed Two Mother-to-Daughter Womb Transplants

So, it’s definitely the future because 10 surgeons at Sweden’s University of Gothenburg say they’ve completed two mother-to-daughter womb transplants. The surgeries won’t be considered a complete success, though, until pregnancy is achieved. Both recipients—one who lost her uterus to cancer and the other who was born without a uterus—began the process of In vitro fertilization prior to the surgeries and will have the frozen embryos thawed and implanted if the women are considered healthy and able after a year-long period of observation. [BBC]