How ethical are womb transplants: do we need this?
Sanchita Sharma : Is India’s first womb (uterus) transplantation a reason for celebration or concern? With only a handful of countries doing it, a successful transplantation will showcase the microsurgical expertise of surgeons at Pune’s Galaxy Care Laparoscopy Institute to the world. But the question is: why do it? All major transplantations – kidneys, liver, heart and lungs, to name a few – save lives or dramatically improve the health of the recipients. Womb transplantations do neither. Women don’t need a womb to survive. These are risky and expensive elective surgeries done to help women born without a uterus orRead More