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Doctors from Sweden recently revealed they have successfully completed a total of nine womb transplants, marking a new milestone for a type of procedure that is still in its infancy and is considered highly risky. The transplanted wombs came from relatives, and the doctors hope report little complications have been witnessed. Ultimately, the doctors hope their patients will be able
Infertility affects 7.3 million people in the U.S, representing 12% of women of childbearing age, or 1 in 8 couples. Medical advancements in the field have sought to correct infertility anomalies, some with staggering results. For instance, we reported last month how an Australian infertile woman became the first person to get pregnant through ovarian tissue transplant in the abdomen.
A new study released by Danish researchers at Aarhus University has found a correlation that suggests that couples that are unable to conceive children have a higher mortality rate than those that are. The study studied more than 21,000 couples having in vitro fertilization treatment between 1994 and 2005. During this period, 15,210 children were born and 1,564 were adopted. Unfortunately, 96 women and 200