Two Swedish women are carrying the wombs of their mothers after the world's first mother-to-daughter uterus transplants. Specialists at the University of Gothenburg completed the surgery over the weekend without complications. They were waiting until the women get pregnant to consider the procedures a success, they said. Michael Olausson, one of the Swedish surgeons, told the Associated Press: "That's the best proof."
The body giving birth or the uterus developing the fetus?