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15th May, 2017
First uterus transplant in India
The Milann Fertility Centre in Bangalore has received permission for uterus transplant from ICMR in two female patients and the procedure will be undertaken as a research project as per the ICMR guidelines.
The minimum requisite of experience to carry out this procedure, as per the Human Organ Transplant Act, by a Clinical team is not available in any group outside the Swedish group. Milann has obtained permission from Medical council of India (MCI) for the participation of Swedish doctors for the procedure which is yet another mandatory requirement. 
In 2012, the world’s first successful uterus transplant with a live donor was conducted by a team led by Dr Mats Brannstrom, Professor of Obstetrics and Gynaecology at the University of Gothenburg in Sweden. In October 2014, a woman who had received a uterine transplant gave birth to a healthy baby boy.
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