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New York Doctors Plan Uterus Transplant

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New York Doctors Plan Uterus Transplant

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New York Doctors Plan Uterus Transplant

New York Doctors Plan Uterus Transplant

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A New York hospital has conditionally approved plans to offer uterus transplants. The experimental surgery would allow a woman to receive a donated uterus in order to give birth to her own child. Dr. Thomas Murray, president of the Hastings Center for Bioethics, talks with Alex Chadwick about the developing science for uterus transplants.

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