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An urgent liver donation, flown in a jet from Sydney to Auckland this morning, was delayed in reaching a critically ill patient. Thick fog in Auckland forced the Beechcraft Citation carrying the donated liver to divert to Tauranga Airport where a
The ex-alcoholic (he gave up alcohol four years ago) has been suffering from various abdominal infections apart from jaundice for the past two years...Bomi Bhote, chief executive officer of Ruby Hall Clinic told Newsline that the patient who
A few months back, Bandra resident Aarti Panchal, 40, (name changed) went to Delhi for a liver transplant. Her elder brother, who has the same blood group as hers, donated her a part of his liver. Sir Gangaram hospital as the chances of the patient
Wan Jinqiang and his son recover after going through an inter-blood-type liver transplant operation at the General Hospital of Armed Police Forces in Beijing on Nov 12, 2012. The 15-hour operation that finished on Tuesday is the first case of a
Around three years ago, 61-year old Saiyedda Begum was told her liver was failing her and that she needed to get a transplant as soon as possible. Mumbai, which helps arrange cadaver organ donations and transplantations, doctors sounded the alarm
She also believes, particularly after their experiences over the past several months, that someone will come forward to donate a kidney for her husband. An October liver transplant for Mark Richardson, 53, a Hutchinson native and longtime resident,
JP/Nurhayati Few are fortunate enough to have second chances in life. Among the lucky few is Henny Sutanto, 59, the wife of National Intelligence Agency (BIN) chief Gen. (ret) Sutanto, 60. Henny's resurrection may not have been possible without her
There is an alarming increase in the number of failed liver transplants involving Saudis in China, said a leading Saudi expert in liver transplants, Al-Riyadh newspaper reported. More than 60 percent of such liver transplants in China involving
Hilary Duff heads to her car after leaving a class on Wednesday (January 6) at the V Pilates studio in Toluca Lake, Calif.
A liver transplant recipient was cited for being falling-down drunk on a street in La Crosse, Wis., police said Wednesday. Benjamin Tatzel, 45, of La Crosse, registered a preliminary breath-test reading of 0.39 percent Monday afternoon, police said.