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The future of human uterine transplantation: can minimally invasive techniques provide a uterus suitable for transplant?

The future of human uterine transplantation: can minimally invasive techniques provide a uterus suitable for transplant?
Interest in uterine transplantation for the treatment of uterine factor infertility (UFI) has grown exponentially over the past several years. Following the first birth from this procedure in September 2014 (1), multiple centers worldwide have announced plans to perform clinical trials of uterine transplant. A prominent consideration in creating a protocol is whether to select a living or a nonliving donor model and whether a minimally invasive technique can be successfully used to minimize living donor risk.
Source: fertstert.org

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