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Keeping Britain Alive: The NHS in a Day TV - Jonathan Gray - Kevin Fong & BBC Horizon - Doris A Taylor - Monty Python's The Meaning of Life 1983 - Weird or What? TV - Wayne Rooney - Jonah Lomu - Christiaan Barnard - Noam Chomsky - Mark Thomas TV - Storyville TV - 

 

 

75,570.  Guy’s Hospital: Ann: Bringing her to hospital three times a week for life-saving dialysis ... One of nine people in Britain to receive a new kidney today.  (Health Service & Kidney & Transplant)  Keeping Britain Alive: The NHS in a Day II

 

75,573.  Almost every day someone dies waiting for a transplant.  (Health Service & Transplant)  ibid.

 

 

75,665.  Both in Egypt and in South America and possibly elsewhere as well – heart transplants are actually pictured in hieroglyphic portrayals.  (Heart & Transplant)  Jonathan Gray, interview Coast to Coast Hidden Discoveries

 

 

75,702.  The heart transplant – one of the greatest medical advances of the twentieth century ... But these elaborate operations were never going to be the solution for everyone ... Demand would always outstrip supply.  (Heart & Transplant)  Dr Kevin Fong, Horizon: How to Mend a Broken Heart, BBC 2011

 

 

91,615.  Being able to cheat death when our organs fail by having a transplant is one the great achievements of modern medicine.  Yet it’s been a long and bloody fight for surgeons who faced ethical hurdles to revive the living with organs culled from the dead.  Mend Me: A Horizon Guide to Transplants, BBC 2013

 

91,616.  The nemisis of the transplant surgeon – rejection.  ibid.

 

91,617.  [Joseph] Murray had done it: the world’s first successful organ transplant – both the twins survived.  ibid.

 

91,618.  Heart: the surgeon was Doctor Christiaan Barnard, an outsider who had taken the world completely by surprise.  ibid.

 

91,619.  Mounting demand for body parts left the whole system open to abuse.  ibid.

 

 

75,711.  The world of transplant may change as a result [of Stem Cells].  (Heart & Stem Cells & Transplant)  Professor Doris A Taylor

 

 

91,612.  The Meaning of Life Part V: Live Organ Transplants.  Monty Pythons The Meaning of Life 1983 starring Graham Chapman & John Cleese & Terry Gilliam & Eric Idle & Terry Jones & Michael Palin & Carol Cleveland & Patricia Quinn & Judy Loe & Simon Jones & Matt Frewer et al, director Terry Jones

 

91,613.  Man in white coat:  Hello, can we have your liver?  ibid.

 

 

91,614.  A life-saving organ transplant operation changed one man’s life for ever.  But not in a way he was expecting.  Like a real life Dr Jekyll and Mr Hyde the recipient of a transplanted heart underwent a radical change of personality.  Now scientists are forced to ask: could it be possible to transplant the personality and even memories of another human being?  (Transplant & Heart & Personality)  Weird or What? Chinese Columbus 

 

 

91,620.  Just to confirm to all my followers: I have had a hair transplant.  I was going bald at 25.  Why not?  (Transplant & Hair)  Wayne Rooney

 

 

91,621.  It was in 2003 that I realised there was no choice but to have dialysis treatment – by the time of the World Cup that year, I could barely walk.  A year later, I finally had a kidney transplant.  (Transplant & Kidney)  Jonah Lomu

 

 

91,622.  It is infinitely better to transplant a heart than to bury it to be devoured by worms.  (Transplant & Heart & Worms)  Christiaan Barnard     

 

 

94,865.  At another ‘human farm’ in Guatemala, babies ranging from eleven days old to four months old had been found.  The director of the farm, at the time of his arrest, declared that the children ‘were sold to American or Israeli families whose children needed organ transplants at the cost of $75,000 per child’.  (Guatemala & Transplant)  Noam Chomsky, Deterring Democracy

 

 

99,458.  Xenotransplantation is animal organs being transferred into human beings … Novartis who are a big GM company … They boldly predict that the pig heart transplant market by the year 2010 is going to be work five billion dollars a year.  Mark Thomas Comedy Product s4e8, 1999  

 

 

99,242.  ‘An experienced surgeon knows when to cut or not cut.’  (Surgery & Experiment & Stem Cells & Transplant)  Storyville: Fatal Emperiments: Downfall of a Supersurgeon I, BBC 2016

 

99,243.  This is Paolo Macchiarini, one of the world’s best surgeons in one of his most difficult moments.  (Surgery & Experiment & Stem Cells & Transplant)  ibid.  

 

99,244.  One of Medicine’s greatest challenges: the lack of spare parts when something goes wrong inside our bodies … attempting to create the first windpipe out of plastic … Everything ended the same way: in death.  (Surgery & Experiment & Stem Cells & Transplant)  ibid.   

 

99,245.  Is he a genius or is he a fraud?  (Surgery & Experiment & Stem Cells & Transplant)  ibid.

 

99,246.  End of 2014: Accused of falsifying research results and of gross misconduct.  (Surgery & Experiment & Stem Cells & Transplant)  ibid.

 

99,247.  ‘They made misuse of the hype around stem cells to introduce something completely impossible.’  (Surgery & Experiment & Stem Cells & Transplant)  ibid.  expert 

 

 

99,458.  Star surgeon Paolo Macchiarini was the first in the world to surgically impant a plastic trachea in a human being.  (Surgery & Experiment & Stem Cells & Transplant)  Storyville: Fatal Experiments: Downfall of a Supersurgeon II 

 

99,459.  Macchiarini started to discover faults with his tracheas.  (Surgery & Experiment & Stem Cells & Transplant)  ibid.  

 

99,460.  She didn’t seem to understand the risks she would undertake.  (Surgery & Experiment & Stem Cells & Transplant)  ibid.

 

99,461.  It was far worse than the doctors imagined.  (Surgery & Experiment & Stem Cells & Transplant)  ibid.

 

99,462.  Machiarrini’s operations had been stopped in Sweden.  (Surgery & Experiment & Stem Cells & Transplant)  ibid.

 

99,463.  The doctors got more and more frustrated at their superior’s lack of reaction … They documented all the faults they could find.  (Surgery & Experiment & Stem Cells & Transplant)  ibid.

 

 

99,464.  Plastic tracheas were not working as they should.  When patient after patient died doctors began to wonder what was going on.  (Surgery & Experiment & Stem Cells & Transplant)  Storyville: Fatal Experiments: Downfall of a Supersurgeon III

 

99,465.  Falsifying scientific reports and risking patients’ lives.  (Surgery & Experiment & Stem Cells & Transplant)  ibid.