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The Carmat heart is designed to work for five years

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The first patient fitted with a Carmat artificial heart in France has died. The 76-year-old man, who has not been named, died 75 days after the operation in Paris. The bioprosthetic device, made by French company Carmat, is designed to replace the real heart for up to five years. It is intended to help patients who are in the advanced stages of heart failure. At this late stage of the disease, th...

The first double-leg transplant was carried out in July 2011 by surgeon Pedro Cavadas, who also led a team that carried out the first double hand transplant in 2006

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...The patient was expected to take immuno-suppressant drugs for the rest of his life, but had to stop because the medicine was complicating the treatment of an illness he contracted, doctors said. “In these cases the protocol is that, if the transplanted organ is not a vital organ, it should be removed from the patient so as to allow treatment of the illness that is more serious and urgent,&#...

Colleen S. Burns, who was thought to be brain-dead, opened her eyes when doctors at St. Joseph's hospital were in the process of starting to harvest her organs

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Colleen S. Burns, who was thought to be brain-dead, opened her eyes just in time as doctors at St. Joseph’s hospital in Central New York were in the process of starting surgery to harvest her organs. That massive mistake has now cost the hospital $6,000 after a federal inquiry in addition to another fine of $16,000 after another patient fell and injured her head when she was left unattended...

Edwarda O'Bara, the world's longest coma patient, who had been called the Sleeping Snow White during the 42 years she remained comatose, has died at the age of 59

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...a returned with her coffee, Edwarda had already passed away. “She then closed her eyes and joined my Mom in Heaven,” Colleen O’Bara announced. Edwarda O’Bara is survived by her sister, nephew Richard O’Bara and great-nephew Joseph Michael O’Bara. EYES OPEN BUT STILL ASLEEP: COMAS CAN LEAVE PATIENTS UNABLE TO FEEL, SPEAK OR MOVE FOR DECADES A person is deemed to be comatose, or in a com...

Health experts said the new swine flu strain would most likely respond to osteltamivir (Tamiflu)

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...ccording to CDC experts, the fact that the three new cases did not go near pigs shows that there may be limited person-to-person contact with the new virus. The CDC said it has developed a “candidate vaccine virus” that could be used to make a human vaccine against S-OtrH3N2 viruses. It has already sent it off to vaccine manufacturers. One of the three Iowa children, a healthy girl referred to as...

Dallas Wiens, who became the first person in the US to receive a full face transplant, got married to fellow burn patient Jamie Nash

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...ng at the Fort Worth church where Dallas was working when he was critically hurt. Dallas Wiens, who became the first person in the US to receive a full face transplant, got married to fellow burn patient Jamie Nash Pastor Scott Cox says about 200 people attended the wedding at Ridglea Baptist Church, including doctors and nurses who had treated the couple. He says the couple told him they believe...

Rachel, 28, posted a photo of herself in hospital on the “Ask Me Anything” section of Reddit

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...hel, who uses the tag WhosThatGirl_ItsRach, says she is flattered by all the attention. “People have been saying so many nice things about me the last few days,” Rachel told Yahoo. “I’ve never felt more beautiful,” she said. The attention is a boost to the patient who only a few days before the picture went viral was speaking openly about the pain she’d been experiencing on the website...

Much of terminal cancer therapy is "futile and potentially inconsistent with patients’ wishes", cancer experts say in Lancet Oncology.

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...the study.   Much of terminal cancer therapy is "futile and potentially inconsistent with patients’ wishes", cancer experts say in Lancet Oncology.   “I would hardly call this type of treatment futile. We have kidney cancer patients on a life-prolonging drug called Sutent who have been told they have only two to three weeks to live but who go on to live for a further fiv...

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...s: it offers the old heart a chance to recover, and if the donor heart is rejected and fails, it can be removed. The procedure, which dates back to the 1970s, is typically done when the original heart is too weak to work by itself or the donor heart is a different size than the patient’s original heart. It’s done less frequently nowadays, due to new surgical techniques and better immun...

The British researchers from Sanger Institute used cutting-edge methods to correct a genetic mutation in stem cells derived from a patient's skin biopsy, and then grew them into fresh liver cells

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...nstitute said: “We have developed new systems to target genes and … correct … defects in patient cells.” According to Dr. Allan Bradley, the Sanger Institute technique leaves behind no trace of the genetic manipulation, except for the gene correction. “These are early steps, but if this technology can be taken into treatment, it will offer great possible benefits for patients,” Dr. Bra...

Egg allergies are one of the most common allergies and are thought to affect up to 2.5 percent of children

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US researchers claim that omelettes, meringues and pasta could one-day be back on the menu for some people with egg allergies after they are treated with the food they are allergic to. The only option for patients is to completely avoid foods containing egg. A study on 55 children showed some were able to eat egg after minuscule amounts were gradually added to their diets. However, the treatment...

Charla Nash after face transplant

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...nd seeing what I look like.” In an emotional and candid interview, Charla Nash revealed that she had been attacked by Travis the chimp before the near-fatal attack took place. Charla Nash had avoided the 200-pound creature after it ripped hair from the back of her head. She also revealed that she thought the relationship that her friend Sandra Herrold had with the primate was incredibly strange. S...

Scott Routley, a Canadian man who was believed to have been in a vegetative state for more than a decade, has been able to tell scientists that he is not in any pain

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...ral times and his pattern of brain activity shows he is clearly choosing to answer our questions. We believe he knows who and where he is.” Scott Routley, a Canadian man who was believed to have been in a vegetative state for more than a decade, has been able to tell scientists that he is not in any pain Prof. Adrian Owen said it was a groundbreaking moment. “Asking a patient somethi...

A lower jaw created by LayerWise 3D printer has been fitted to an 83-year-old woman's face in what doctors say is the first transplant of its kind

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...t a time. Technicians say the operation’s success paves the way for the use of more 3D-printed patient-specific parts. The surgery follows research carried out at the Biomedical Research Institute at Hasselt University in Belgium, and the implant was built by LayerWise – a specialized metal-parts manufacturer based in the same country. The patient involved had developed a chronic bone...

Paul Mason, who weighed 70 st - or half a ton - at his heaviest, used to consume 20,000 calories a day, 10 times the normal for the average man

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...n, stating that Paul Mason, who also suffered a heart attack following his gastric bypass, must wait before he has further cosmetic surgery. An NHS Suffolk spokesperson said: “Before a patient has an operation it is important to take a balanced decision that is in the best interest of that patient. “In cases like this NHS Suffolk has a panel of people – including clinicians – who decid...

Surgeons at Hacettepe University Hospital in Ankara, Turkey, have today performed the world's first ever quadruple limb transplant, attaching two arms and two legs to a young man

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...possible complications following the surgery. Dr. Murat Tuncer did not provide any details about the patient. The operation comes after a failed triple limb transplant two months ago at another hospital in the southern city of Antalya. The doctors there were forced to remove a leg from a patient due to tissue incompatibility. The same patient also received two arms. Surgeons at Hacettepe Universi...

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...say it is still too soon to make any firm conclusions and that many more years of investigation will be needed to confirm that the treatment is both safe and effective. The researchers told The Lancet: “The ultimate therapeutic goal will be to treat patients earlier in the disease processes, potentially increasing the likelihood of photoreceptor and central visual rescue.” But even if...

Indians traditionally hoard gold in the belief it will bring financial security

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...ke this in my life”. “This is the first time I have recovered gold from the stomach of a patient. I remember having taken out a bladder stone weighing 1kg from a patient. But finding gold in a patient’s stomach was something unbelievable,” he said. “It was a tedious three-hour-long operation. He is an old patient and we had to be careful. We found 12 gold bars lying i...

Adcetris will be available to patients this week

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...ns for Adcetris are based on response rate. There are no data available demonstrating improvement in patient-reported outcomes or survival with Adcetris.   Adcetris is the first drug approved by the FDA for Hodgkin lymphoma in more than 30 years, and provides a new therapeutic alternative for Hodgkin lymphoma and systemic ALCL in these settings.   Adcetris will be available to patients...

The life-extending medication should not be use as it shows no benefits for terminal cancer, and has dangerous side-effects, said the cancer experts.

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...for terminal cancer, and has dangerous side-effects.   The life-extending medication should not be use as it shows no benefits for terminal cancer, and has dangerous side-effects, said the cancer experts.   “Special consideration must be given to costs of cancer care at the end of life. Many forms of cancer are currently incurable and patients will eventually die from their disease...

Digital pills

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...8217;s advice becomes very difficult. “Anyone taking several medications knows how easy it can be to lose track of whether or not you’ve taken the correct tablets that day. Add to that complex health issues and families caring for loved ones who many not live with them and you can appreciate the benefits of an information service that helps patients to get the most from their treatment...

The female student who was raped on a bus in India's capital Delhi has died at a Singapore hospital

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...1; and promised to channel “emotions and energies” into a course of action. Six men have been arrested and two police officers have been suspended following the 16 December attack. A statement from the hospital said the woman “passed away peacefully” early on Saturday with her family by her side. “The patient had remained in an extremely critical condition since admis...

LashXLR8R is aimed at those who want to give their brows a natural boost, without the use of eyebrow pencils

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...ration experts, performs eyebrow transplants at The Private Clinic on Harley Street, using hair from behind the patient’s ears. The procedure – which costs between £4,000 ($6,200) and £5,000 ($7,800) – is used as a solution for those who have over-plucked their eyebrows, or those who are simply looking for a fuller brow. Dr. Raghu Reddy said: “We have witnessed interest in the ey...

Vast numbers of cells that can attack cancer and HIV have been grown in the lab, and could potentially be used to fight disease

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Vast numbers of cells that can attack cancer and HIV have been grown in the lab, and could potentially be used to fight disease. The cells naturally occur in small numbers, but it is hoped injecting huge quantities back into a patient could turbo-charge the immune system. The Japanese research is published in the journal Cell Stem Cell. Experts said the results had exciting potential, but any the...

A study in the journal PLoS ONE suggests that some people responding to treatments that have no active ingredients in them may be down to their genes

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...w whether the phenomenon applies just to IBS or to all diseases.” The placebo effect is when a patient experiences an improvement in their condition while undergoing an inert treatment such as taking a sugar pill or, in this case, placebo acupuncture, where the patient believes they are receiving acupuncture but a sham device prevents the needles going into their body. Two groups in the stud...