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The first baby conceived thanks to the womb of a deceased donor goes well

This is a world first, giving hope to women who can not have children. A year ago in Brazil, a first baby conceived thanks to the womb of a deceased donor was born, and is now perfectly fine, according to The Lancet. This successful operation "paves the way for post-mortem uterine donation, as is the case with other organs" which would allow women who can not conceive a baby because of a defective uterus to wear their own. rather than relying on live donors, adoption, or a surrogate, "said Professor Andrew Shennan, an obstetrician at Kings College London.