Why, and how, do you transplant a womb?
Surgeon Professor Mats Brannstrom from the University of Gothenburg takes a moment out of his operating theatres to talk to fellow surgeon Gabriel Weston about how, and why, he is carrying out 10 pioneering womb transplants as part of a research programme.
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Available since: Thu 17 Oct 2013
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