AUSTRALIA: ‘ DOCTOR’S SUCCESSFULLY TRANSPLANTED HEARTS THAT HAD STOPPED BEATING ‘


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#AceNewsServices – AUSTRALIA – October 27 – Australian doctors have successfully transplanted hearts that have stopped beating, revolutionizing organ donation. The breakthrough is predicted to save the lives of 30 percent more heart transplant patients.

'​‘Dead hearts’ transplanted into living patients in surgical breakthrough '‘​‘Dead hearts’ transplanted into living patients in surgical breakthrough ‘

After two decades of research, a team of surgeons at St. Vincent’s Hospital in Sydney has transplanted three still hearts into living patients. The first two patients are recovering well, with the third, who recently underwent the surgery, still in intensive care.

Michelle Gribilas, a 57-year-old Sydney woman, was the first to undergo the surgery two months ago. She had been suffering from congenital heart failure.

“I was very sick before I had it. Now I’m a different person altogether. I feel like I’m 40 years old. I’m very lucky,” she was quoted as saying in AFP.

In collaboration with researchers at the Victor Chang…

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