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They believe the recent success of ‘uterine transplantation’ in women born without wombs has drawn it a step closer.
Since 2014, at least five babies have been born to womb-less women after receiving donor wombs in a series of pioneering operations at Gothenburg University in Sweden.
Their rights to equal treatment, she noted, were ‘actually enshrined in legislation’.
The prospect of wombs being transplanted into transgender women so they can have babies may seem perfectly reasonable to those who see procreation as a right for all women.
It raises profound ethical and moral issues that will have an impact on women’s rights.
It will impinge on the meaning of motherhood and womanhood.’However, gynaecologists are increasingly convinced that implanting a donor womb into a person born with male organs is possible, with one top doctor saying it is just a decade away.
Leading the debate on the controversial procedure is medical ethics lawyer Dr Amel Alghrani, who is pressing for a talks on whether womb transplants for trans-women should be publicly funded.