Instead, they need to change the foundations for the mediators who will settle the dispute between insurers and suppliers. Elizabeth Goldman, 29, from Mobile, Alabama, learned when she was 14 years old that she was born without a uterus. She was diagnosed with Mayer-Rokitansky-Küster-Hauser Syndrome, during which the uterus and vagina are underdeveloped or nonexistent. Goldman said she has always dreamed of carrying a baby and first learned about uterus transplants in 2014 when the first one was performed in Sweden. A program opened in fall 2020 on the University of Alabama at Birmingham and Goldman was the primary girl to enroll.

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