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First U.S. patient to undergo uterus transplant has organ removed

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First U.S. uterus transplant

CLEVELAND, Ohio — The first patient in the United States to receive a uterus transplant had to have the organ removed because of complications, the Cleveland Clinic announced Wednesday.

The 26-year-old woman received the new womb in a nine-hour operation last month.

“We are saddened to share that our patient, Lindsey, recently experienced a sudden complication that led to the removal of her transplanted uterus,” the Cleveland Clinic said.

The circumstance of the complication is under review.

First U.S. uterus transplant

First U.S. uterus transplant

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