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STOCKHOLM, SWEDEN – Where there’s a will there’s a way, and a group of doctors in Sweden are proving it.

Nine women (who were born without a uterus or had to have theirs removed because of cervical cancer) have had successful womb transplants in Stockholm, and will soon begin the baby-makin’ process to see if they can get pregnant. This is the first major experiment to see if women can have their own children with a transplanted womb, since using a surrogate in many European countries is not allowed.

So, this could be the beginning of something big for women who want to have children but have always been told they couldn’t. Guess science is finally catching up and makin’ womb for everyone who wants to be a parent.