We’re working towards a future where women who would benefit from and who wish to undergo a womb transplanatation procedure.
Read our mission statement and find out what we hope to achieve with our work and what we stand for as an organisation.
We aim to develop a practical, safe operation to enable women born without a womb, or who have lost their womb, to have a child.
We aim to raise awareness amongst the whole population about infertility that is currently largely untreatable and to raise funds to continue developing an accessible procedure of womb transplantation. Read more about the goals of our charity.
We’ve been acutely aware of the ethical considerations of our work since the very beginning of our research.
Womb transplantation is by no means the only example of non-life saving transplantation procedures and therefore comes with the same ethical concerns as others of the same nature. Read more about the ethical considerations of our research.
Who is Eligible?
Any woman between 18 and 36 who suffers Absolute Uterine Factor Infertility could be eligible for a womb transplant in the future.
When womb transplantation becomes a safe and practical procedure, it could benefit thousands of women. Find out more about what would make a potential patient eligible for the womb transplantation procedure aside from age and infertility.
Information about the facts we’ve cited within our website and sources for further information on the procedure.
If you would like to find out more about womb transplantation or would like to study more of the work carried out to date, you’ll find a complete list of resources for additional recommended reading right here on our website.