Nine Swedish women have successfully received transplanted wombs donated by family members, and will soon try to have children, the AP reports. There have been no major complications following the surgeries, and every woman left the hospital within days. The transplants are part of the largest effort yet to produce children from transplanted uteri, which hasn't yet been accomplished:
There have been two previous attempts to transplant a womb — in Turkey and Saudi Arabia — but both failed to produce babies.
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