Baby Born from a Dead Woman’s Transplanted Womb

The article below is, of course, written from the perspective of alien doctors who like to fiddle with human reproduction, pretending they are God.  Their artificial reproductive technologies are 100% luciferian.

There is no mention in the article of how the baby and mother are actually doing or what their experience might have been like. Three surgeries (one to have the uterus put in, one to have the baby put in, and another to get the baby out) in a single year is an awful lot of butchering to undergo in order to produce a live child.  And doctors have the audacity to call this a “normal” birth.

There’s no mention in the article either of whether the “mother” was actually female.  You can bet they are planning to use uterine transplant in order put female organs inside of transgendered men’s bodies in order to further their sick, satanic agenda.  It wouldn’t surprise me in the least if the mother in this case was not even female.

Please keep in mind as you read the info below that organs are never taken from dead people.  According to Dr. Paul Byrne, all transplant organs must be taken from LIVING people in order for them to be viable for transplant.  So whoever had her uterus stolen for this abomination was also MURDERED by these sick, satanic doctors so that her uterus could be harvested for their reproductive games.

And the poor baby!  What must it feel like to be the product of a dead mother and have your entire conception, gestation, and birth experience hijacked by these freaks?

How do we get the creatures responsible for this madness off our Earth?


Source Article:
Baby Born from a Dead Donor’s Transplanted Womb for the First Time in the U.S.


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The first baby born from a transplanted uterus from a deceased donor


A healthy baby girl was born from a transplanted uterus given to the mother from a deceased donor, for the first time ever in North America and the second time worldwide.

The baby, born at the Cleveland Clinic in June, and the mother are both doing well, the hospital says.

“We couldn’t have asked for a better outcome,” said Dr. Uma Perni, the maternal fetal medicine specialist at the Cleveland Clinic, said in a press release. “Everything went wonderfully with the delivery; the mother and baby girl are doing great.”

Doctors transplanted the womb into the mother in late 2017, and about a year later, the mother became pregnant through in vitro fertilization. The baby girl was born through a caesarian section.

“It was amazing how perfectly normal this delivery was, considering how extraordinary the occasion,” said Dr. Andreas Tzakis, the Cleveland Clinic’s transplant surgeon.

The transplant and birth are part of Cleveland Clinic’s continuing clinical trial on uterine transplantation. They have transplanted five uteruses so far — three have been successful, while the other two later required hysterectomies to remove them because they did not take. Two women who had successful transplants are waiting on their embryo transfer for IVF.

The trial, called Uterine Transplantation for the Treatment of Uterine Factor Infertility is aimed at helping the “estimated 1 in 500 women of childbearing age worldwide” who are unable to get pregnant because of abnormalities in their uteruses.

“Through this research, we aim to make these extraordinary events, ordinary for the women who choose this option,” Tzakis continued. “We are grateful to the donor and her family, their generosity allowed our patient’s dream to come true and a new baby to be born.”

“It’s important to remember this is still research,” Perni said. “The field of uterus transplantation is rapidly evolving, and it’s exciting to see what the options may be for women in the future.”

While this is the first successful birth in the U.S. involving a uterus from a deceased donor, a Swedish woman was the first to successfully deliver a healthy baby after a uterus transplant from a living donor back in 2014, and the first in the U.S. occurred in Oct. 2017. In Dec. 2017, a woman in Brazil delivered the first baby born from a uterus transplanted from a deceased donor.