Sweden

Swedish Doctors Perform World's First Uterus Transplant

Daughter has received her mother's uterus

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STOCKHOLM — Two Swedish women are hoping to get pregnant after undergoing what doctors are calling the world's first mother-to-daughter uterus transplants.

Specialists at the University of Goteborg said they performed the surgery over the weekend without complications but added that they won't consider it successful unless the women give birth to healthy children.