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A Transplanted Uterus Offers Hope, But Procedure Stirs Debate

But the procedure remains highly controversial. Critics worry about the risks it poses to women who are desperate to have children. “I don’t think you can find people more vulnerable than those who wish to become parents and can’t,” says Michelle Goodwin, a bioethicist at the University of California, Irvine

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