Caught In The Organ GrindBy
Liver-transplant pioneer Dr. Thomas E. Starzl tells of flying to Nova Scotia for a liver--with the pilot nearly crash-landing the plane--and then racing back to Pittsburgh to sew the organ into a dying patient, saving a life. Those were the glory days of the 1980s, when the University of Pittsburgh was the liver-transplant capital ef the world.
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