The Current | Mar 12, 2013 | 27:30
The ethics of uterus transplants and doctor-assisted pregnancy
Turkish doctors made history yesterday when an embryo was implanted into a transplanted womb. Uterus Transplants are very new and doctors in Turkey and Sweden have plans for many more. But medical ethicists have many questions. Today, as part of our project Line in the Sand: Dilemmas that Define Us, we confront the latest offering of reproductive technology.