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Brazilian baby Womb transplants were pioneered in Sweden, with the first was done five years ago.
WebMd states that babies have the ability to learn and listen while in the womb:
Ang ating mga neighborhoods, ang ating paaralan, ang ating parokya [The family is also a womb. (Also) our neighborhoods, our schools, and our parish]," said Tagle.
In this case, the womb donor was a mother of three in her mid-40s who died from bleeding on the brain.
This may be due to polyps or fibroids - non-cancerous growths that develop in or around the womb, or inflammation due to endometriosis.
The study found that the precancerous tissue - in the womb of women who had gastric sleeve or bypass surgery for obesity - reverted to normal tissue when they lost weight.
Last year a woman in Dallas, Texas, who had been born without a womb, gave birth to her first child after what is thought to be the world's first successful womb transplant.
But Mr Smith, a consultant gynaecologist who leads researchers at the charity Womb Transplant UK, said his team will now use both live and deceased donors.
White blood cell production, which normally prevents infection, is reduced in the reproductive tract to allow sperm to survive and the muscles within the cervix and womb relax to accommodate a pregnancy.
The US breakthrough came after years of attempts to perfect womb transplants, which have only been a success in Sweden.
Unlike incubators, the "extrauterine support device" closely reproduces conditions in a real womb.
After decades of continued research, a team from The Children's Hospital of Philadelphia have created a working artificial womb.