India's first womb transplant on May 18 - Pune hospital all
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In a major step that could help women with uterine-related conditions get pregnant, the first ever uterine transplant in India is all set to take place at a hospital in Pune next week. As per reports, the Galaxy Care Laparoscopy Institute (GCLI) in Pune will perform the country's uterine transplant on May 18.

The hospital will carry out the procedures on three women with different uterine or womb complications to help them try for successful pregnancies. The hospital will conduct the first three transplants 'free of cost' assisted by a 12-member team of gynaecologists, endocrinologists and IVF specialists. So far, a total of 25 uterine transplants have been conducted worldwide. The first successful uterine transplant was performed in Sweden in 2013. Out of 11 transplants in the Swedish trial, seven ended in successful pregnancies.

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