Livebirth after uterus transplantation

@article{Brnnstrm2015LivebirthAU,
  title={Livebirth after uterus transplantation},
  author={Mats Br{\"a}nnstr{\"o}m and Liza Johannesson and Hans Bokstr{\"o}m and Niclas Kvarnstr{\"o}m and Johan M{\"o}lne and Pernilla Dahm-K{\"a}hler and Anders Enskog and Milan Milenkovi{\'c} and Jana Ekberg and Cesar Diaz-Garcia and Markus G{\"a}bel and Ashraf Hanafy and Henrik Hagberg and Michael Olausson and Lars Nilsson},
  journal={The Lancet},
  year={2015},
  volume={385},
  pages={607-616}
}

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