162012Sep

Daily Mail , 16/9/12

Doctors perform world’s first uterus transplant between a MOTHER and her DAUGHTER Two women in their thirties received their mother’s uterus They will need to wait for one year before undergoing IVF If procedure works it will be the first time a mother and daughter will have grown in the same womb Women stop producing…

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72012Aug

Publications from the Gothenburg team

Publications of the Gothenburg team Our original publications in this area are given below, from our first publication which was published in 2002 to our most recent publication. A number of additional research articles in this area are in the process of publication. 2012 Vascular pedicle lengths after hysterectomy: toward future human uterus transplantation. Johannesson…

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162011Oct

The Daily Telegraph 16/10/11

News World first: Australian woman to use mother’s womb to give birth Robyn Riley The Sunday Telegraph October 16, 2011 12:00AM Share Mel Arnold is receiving her mothers womb so that she can try and conceive. Mel and her mother Denise Allen. Pic. Tony Gough AN Australian woman will use her own mother’s womb to…

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162011Oct

Australian woman to use mother’s womb to give birth

Mel Arnold is receiving her mothers womb so that she can try and conceive. Mel and her mother Denise Allen. Pic. Tony Gough AN Australian woman will use her own mother’s womb to have a baby. In an Australian first, intensive care nurse Melinda Arnold, 34, will undergo a womb transplant after her mother, Denise…

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152011Oct

Herald Sun 15/10/11

Aussie woman Melinda Arnold to get womb transplant from selfless mother 15 Oct 2011 Melinda Arnold will be given her mother’s womb in a revolutionary operation. Picture via Herald Sun   Dr Hanafy said Mrs Arnold was born without a uterus and had tried for several years to become pregnant through IVF and surrogacy.  …

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162011Jul
Gold Coast doctor pioneers womb transplant

Gold Coast doctor pioneers womb transplant

Dr Ash Hanafy he will be part of the surgical team that will perform a uterine transplant on a mother and daughter in Sweden. Pic: Michael Ross A GOLD Coast doctor has devised a world-first operation that will help millions of infertile women conceive. Dr Ash Hanafy’s moment of inspiration will come to fruition in…

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32011Jul

Now it’s hope for a new womb

Eva Ottosson, 56, wants to donate her uterus to her daughter Sara. Dr Ash Hanafy will perform a uterus transplant early next year. Picture: Luke Marsden HOW far are women prepared to go to become mothers? We know many are willing to risk their lives and also push the boundaries of medical science. But the…

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