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Spain's first face transplant patient -- the first anywhere to get a new tongue and jaw -- has been so pleased by his new appearance that he smiled, hospital officials said Saturday.
2009/8/24
The Transplantation Society of Taiwan urged the government to take effective measures and actively cultivate the sources for donated human organs to help more needy patients and reduce overall medical costs.
2009/7/24
A bone growth agent used in thousands of spinal fusion surgeries for neck pain has been linked to complications and higher cost, according to the first nationwide study of the product.
2009/7/2
Two new techniques to preserve and transplant ovaries might give women a better chance to fight their biological clocks and have children when they are older, doctors announced Monday.
2009/6/30
The American military doctors watched in horror as the oxygen mask on the young Afghan girl's face started to melt.
2009/6/25
Japan moved closer on Thursday to allowing children to receive organ transplants, when parliament's lower house approved a bill to scrap age limits on who can become an organ donor.
2009/6/19
A burn victim who received a simultaneous partial face and double hand transplant in a French hospital has died, the Paris Public Hospital authority said Monday.
2009/6/16
Eileen Dreizin, an American artist, returned home with a new liver yesterday. She was accompanied by her husband. They were very thankful to Chang Gung Memorial Hospital in Kaohsiung for performing the transplant procedure.
2009/5/25
Shotgun victim gets first face transplant in the U.S.
Five years ago, a shotgun blast left a ghastly hole where the middle of her face had been. Five months ago, she received a new face from a dead woman.
2009/5/7
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Man critical but stable after 1st U.S. double hand transplant
Teams of surgeons performed the nation's first double hand transplant on a man whose hands and feet were ravaged by a bacterial infection a decade ago and who hoped to once again be able to hold his daughter.
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