Doctors perform world"s first uterus transplant between a MOTHER and her DAUGHTER

Doctors perform world's first uterus transplant between a MOTHER and her DAUGHTER Two women in their thirties received their mother's uterus They will need to wait for one year before undergoing IVFIf procedure works it will be the first time a mother and daughter will have grown in the same womb Women stop producing eggs around the age of 50 but their wombs can remain viable past 60 | UPDATED: 06:54 GMT, 19 September 2012 Doctors have carried out the world’s first womb transplants between a mother and daughter.

Century-old brains in jars could help researchers treat mental illness

How century-old brains in jars could help researchers treat mental illness Scientists hope specimens will reveal mental disorder 'markers' to improve diagnosis for psychological illnesses A museum housing 19th century brains may seem like a strange place to find a breakthrough, but one scientist says they could provide the key to new treatments for mental illness.