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This is huge news for women who struggle with infertility.
One of the first women in the world to receive a womb transplant is now expecting her second child, as announced Monday at a medical conference in the U.K.
According to the BBC, the professor who pioneered the transplant procedure in 2014, Mats Brannstrom from Sweden, delivered the news at the annual meeting of the Royal College of Obstetricians and Gynecologists in Birmingham, U.K. The woman who received the transplant remains anonymous, but this is huge, great news not only for her, but for the thousands of women who don’t have healthy wombs or had to have their wombs removed for medical reasons.