• New Advances in Transplants and Bioengineering Aid in Replacing the Womb

    19 days ago - By EMBS

    When Kayla Edwards turned 13, she began to wonder if she was different. It started as a seed of suspicion when her friends began their menstrual cycles, and hers never arrived. Her grandmother was late, she learned, but for Edwards, it still seemed odd. She had hit puberty's other benchmarks-the hormones, the breasts-just no cycle.
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