62014Oct
First baby born to woman with transplanted womb.

First baby born to woman with transplanted womb.

A 36-year-old Swedish woman has become the first in the world to give birth from a transplanted womb, delivering a healthy baby boy and giving hope to at least 500 Australian women who have already expressed interest in the groundbreaking procedure. The woman, who has a genetic condition that means she was born without a…

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62014Oct
Ground Breaking News!

Ground Breaking News!

Our first baby after uterus transplant: A world’s first October 5th, 2014, Gold Coast Australia, A/Prof Ash Hanafy, John Flynn and Tweed Hospitals, Griffith University, School of medicine. On behalf of Prof. Mats Brannstrom and all our team members, it is with great pleasure and joy that I announce the successful and safe birth of…

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262014May
The Village, 26/5/14

The Village, 26/5/14

Is this the most amazing gift a mother can give her daughter? Simone Hills thought she’d never become a mother. “I was born without a uterus and the thing I want most in the world is just to have my own baby,” she told Channel Ten’s The Project. “I was a bit lost. Where was my…

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22014May

Essential baby, 2/5/14

The quest for the first womb transplant babies Kristen Male: “I feel like it’s my chance to have my own baby. And the way my mum feels about it is that she’s giving a uterus to get a grandchild.” Photo: David Mariuz Dr Mats Brannstrom’s phone begins to buzz and the words ”Donor 9” flash…

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232014Apr

Stock Journal

A new womb for the baby Dr Mats Brannstrom’s phone begins to buzz and the words ”Donor 9” flash up on the screen. He apologises, picks up and then starts nodding patiently, answering the caller’s questions under his breath. It’s now more than a year since Brannstrom and his team carried out nine pioneering womb…

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232014Apr

A new womb for the baby

Womb transplants are the new frontier of reproductive science. Richard Orange reports on the quest to produce the first healthy baby from a transplanted uterus. Dr Mats Brannstrom’s phone begins to buzz and the words ”Donor 9” flash up on the screen. He apologises, picks up and then starts nodding patiently, answering the caller’s questions…

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292014Mar

Sodahead, 29/3/14

Adelaide woman who died of cancer is the inspiration for radical womb transplant surgery AN Adelaide woman who died of cancer, is the inspiration for a radical surgery that is giving fresh hope to infertile women all around the world. Womb transplants, where live donors give their uterus to a recipient, are being successfully trialled…

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282014Mar

The news

http://www.news.com.au/lifestyle/health/adelaide-woman-who-died-of-cancer-is-the-inspiration-for-radical-womb-transplant-surgery/story-fneuzlbd-1226868184231

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42014Mar

IVF the next step in live-donor uterus transplant project

In the spring of 2013, a team of researchers and doctors at the University of Gothenburg performed the last of nine planned uterus transplants. The six-month follow up shows that live-donor uterus transplantation has a low risk despite extended surgery duration. In the next phase of the world-unique research project researchers will help seven of…

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