11-16-17, The world’s first human head transplant has been carried out on a corpse in China, according to a controversial Italian SERGIO CANOVERA who said that he and his team are now ready to perform the surgery on a living person. More here
11-17-17, The Telegraph reports. Professor Canavero claims the feat was carried out during an 18-hour operation at Harbin Medical University in China, during which a team of surgeons successfully severed then reconnected the spinal cord, nerves, and blood vessels in the spine and neck. The operation was led by Dr Xiaoping Ren, a surgeon who has previously transplanted the head of a monkey and numerous rodents. Harbin Medical University is expected to write a full report on the operation within the next few days.
Jun 12, 2015, Dr Crocker of England explains
the procedure in this 4 min video:
11-18-17, MSN.com -- Professor Canavero has gained fame and some notoriety for his controversial claims about the first head transplant. He has signed up his first patient, a Russian man called Valery Spiridinov who will have his head frozen and then grafted onto a new donor body.
At a conference in Vienna the doctor said, "The first human transplant on human cadavers has been done. A full head swap between brain dead organ donors is the next stage. And that is the final step for the formal head transplant for a medical condition which is imminent"
Although the head swap on corpses was apparently successful, clearly - until a live human undergoes the procedure and survives it - it is unknown if it is a success.
Reportedly, Valery Spiridinov wants out of his
wheel chair and has volunteered.
Scientists warn: 'It's not possible to eradicate plague'
Nov 16, 2017 · Malawi Africa added to the growing list of nations battling the outbreak of Bubonic plague. Ten African nations have already been put on alert. The current outbreak is highly unusual as it has affected urban areas...
USA: Bubonic plague in Flagstaff Arizona linked to EPA protected prairie dogs
August 12, 2007, Bubonic plague in Flagstaff linked to dead rodents 'prairie dogs' ... fleas carry the disease of bubonic plague in a Flagstaff ...No human cases of the disease have been reported in the county since 1996, but people and their pets can become infected if they are bitten by infected fleas. People also can contract the illness from an infected pet that coughs or sneezes. According to the health dept, symptoms in humans generally appear within two to six days swollen lymph glands in the groin, armpits, or limbs and black sores. Unlike the centuries ago world catastrophe - today there is a 50% success rate for human recovery.
FDA warns about risk of gadolinium brain deposits following MRI procedure
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