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Ep 72: The UK's First Womb Transplant

Season 4, Ep. 72

This week we are back with a MEDICAL STORY TIME! Recently in the news you may have seen that the first womb transplant took place in the UK in February this year and of course we could not resist taking a deep dive into it.
We talk a bit about the first transplant in the UK, along with some of the risks and complications and the first baby born from a womb transplant which took place in Sweden in 2014.

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