“Public health is one of these disciplines where nobody really thinks about it until there is a crisis,” says Caitlin Gerdts, vice president for research at IBIS Reproductive Health.
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As scientists around the world look to increase the number of trials and success rates of the procedure, governments and health systems should also improve the affordability of uterus transplant. Until then, we still have a long way to go to achieving full reproductive rights.
State Sen. Kathleen Vinehout, who has worked with the anti-choice group Democrats for Life, has had a murky record on abortion rights during her time in the Wisconsin legislature.
"There's a severe need inside, but there's also a severe need everywhere."