Second Baby Born In The U.S. Thanks To Uterus Transplanted From Deceased Donor | NBC Nightly News


U.S. A BABY WAS BORN FROM A WOMB DONATED BY A DECEASED. FROM A WOMB DONATED BY A DECEASED. THE FAMILY’S A DECEASED. THE FAMILY’S INCREDIBLE JOURNEY. THE FAMILY’S INCREDIBLE JOURNEY.>>THE MOMENT OF JOY, INCREDIBLE JOURNEY.>>THE MOMENT OF JOY, SHE NEVER THOUGHT>>THE MOMENT OF JOY, SHE NEVER THOUGHT THEY’D EXPERIENCE IN SHE NEVER THOUGHT THEY’D EXPERIENCE IN NOVEMBER EVEN MORE JOY THEY’D EXPERIENCE IN NOVEMBER EVEN MORE JOY WHEN JEN GAVE BIRTH TO NOVEMBER EVEN MORE JOY WHEN JEN GAVE BIRTH TO THEIR SON BING MINUTE WHEN JEN GAVE BIRTH TO THEIR SON BING MINUTE WITH THE UTERUS FROM A THEIR SON BING MINUTE WITH THE UTERUS FROM A DECEASED DONOR. WITH THE UTERUS FROM A DECEASED DONOR.>>I WAS SO EXCITED DECEASED DONOR.>>I WAS SO EXCITED SOMETHING THAT I>>I WAS SO EXCITED SOMETHING THAT I THOUGHT NEVER WOULD SOMETHING THAT I THOUGHT NEVER WOULD HAPPEN HAPPENED. THOUGHT NEVER WOULD HAPPEN HAPPENED.>>Reporter: TODAY HAPPEN HAPPENED.>>Reporter: TODAY DOCTORS EXPLAINED THE>>Reporter: TODAY DOCTORS EXPLAINED THE PROCEDURE OFFERING DOCTORS EXPLAINED THE PROCEDURE OFFERING HOPE TO 5% OF WOMEN PROCEDURE OFFERING HOPE TO 5% OF WOMEN WITH UTERUS PROBLEMS. HOPE TO 5% OF WOMEN WITH UTERUS PROBLEMS. AT 17 SHE WAS TOLD SHE WITH UTERUS PROBLEMS. AT 17 SHE WAS TOLD SHE COULD NEVER BEAR AT 17 SHE WAS TOLD SHE COULD NEVER BEAR CHILDREN. COULD NEVER BEAR CHILDREN.>>IT WASN’T YOU HAVE CHILDREN.>>IT WASN’T YOU HAVE TO TAKE EXTRA STEPS,>>IT WASN’T YOU HAVE TO TAKE EXTRA STEPS, IT WAS IT’S NOT TO TAKE EXTRA STEPS, IT WAS IT’S NOT POSSIBLE. IT WAS IT’S NOT POSSIBLE.>>Reporter: THE POSSIBLE.>>Reporter: THE TRANSPLANT TOOK TEN>>Reporter: THE TRANSPLANT TOOK TEN HOURS. TRANSPLANT TOOK TEN HOURS. SIX MONTHS LATER, JEN HOURS. SIX MONTHS LATER, JEN WAS PREGNANT. SIX MONTHS LATER, JEN WAS PREGNANT. THE BABY WAS DELIVER WAS PREGNANT. THE BABY WAS DELIVER IN BRAZIL A YEAR AGO. THE BABY WAS DELIVER IN BRAZIL A YEAR AGO. THE CLEVELAND CLINIC IN BRAZIL A YEAR AGO. THE CLEVELAND CLINIC DID IT AGAIN IN JUNE. THE CLEVELAND CLINIC DID IT AGAIN IN JUNE. BABY BINGENJAMIN IS DID IT AGAIN IN JUNE. BABY BINGENJAMIN IS NUMBER THREE IN THE BABY BINGENJAMIN IS NUMBER THREE IN THE WORLD. NUMBER THREE IN THE WORLD. THE DOW NOR WORLD. THE DOW NOR THE DONOR EAST’S THE DOW NOR THE DONOR EAST’S MOTHER SAID SHE WAS THE DONOR EAST’S MOTHER SAID SHE WAS THE BEST MOTHER SHE MOTHER SAID SHE WAS THE BEST MOTHER SHE KNEW. THE BEST MOTHER SHE KNEW.>>THIS FAMILY WAS KNEW.>>THIS FAMILY WAS ABLE TO PRESERVE HER

26 Replies to “Second Baby Born In The U.S. Thanks To Uterus Transplanted From Deceased Donor | NBC Nightly News”

  1. Congratulations. … why are humans with defective DNA that creates flawed uteruses reproducing?

    Are we sure Mother Nature wants to reproduce other humans with the gene that prevents them from reproducing?

    This is like affirmative action within Survival of the fittest?

    Don't mean to be cold, happy you're having a kid but I've got to go with nature… You don't know what other flaws you're passing on to your child?

    We don't know if there are other problems related to the flawed uterus. Whatever caused that could have easily cost other things were not aware of… I'm tired of doctors using women's bodies, and the life of a child, as guinea pigs

    How many people watching this are globalist? Environmental list? Trying to bring global population down?

    You can adopt?

  2. This process is actually completely ridiculous.

    1. major surgery 2 times (plus the child birth)
    2. uterus doesn't get fallopian tubes attached, so it requires artificial insemination
    3. have to be on immunosuppressant drugs for 1-3 years.
    4. have to have cesarean section, because the uterus can't handle the trauma of labor.
    5. have to get the uterus removed afterward, so you can get off of immunosuppressants.
    6. don't know what effects the drugs will have on the children.

    all this, when you could use surrogate or adopt.

  3. Science never fails to amaze me. Congratulations! If I was in that position, I'd rather adopt. There are 100,000 kids waiting to be adopted out of the foster care system.

  4. May as well disable the comment section. Everyone is entitled to an opinion, but some of this rhetoric is reminiscent of Nazi-esque eugenics theory.
    This process may not be what you or your family may choose, but why be a d*ck?

  5. I seriously cant stand how selfish people are, if you cant have children then adopt one!! There are so many kids that need love and a home. The world is overpopulated and cant continue like this for much longer

  6. Not knocking adoption but every woman would love to carry here own child so until you have walked a mile in this couples shoe don't knock them 🙏

  7. Very sad. Some people just arent supposed to have kids. But whatever, we already broke the planet, go ahead and break biology too. Or you could just adopt…..

  8. Still don't want ANYTHING you have NOTHING not your money not the air that you breathe bankruptcy it ain't worth it lol I'm good

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