Mother to transplant womb to daughter

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Eva Ottosson is to become the first woman in the world to have her womb transplanted into her daughter.

Mrs Ottosson has agreed to take part in the groundbreaking medical procedure that would see her donate her uterus.

Doctors hope that if successful, 25-year-old Sara, who was born without reproductive organs, could become pregnant and carry her child in the same womb that she herself was carried in.

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