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SPAIN/
RTX147IE
October 11, 2013
Belen Ribeiro (R), who is waiting for a lung transplant, takes part in a protest against the closure...
Oviedo, Spain
Ribeiro, who is waiting for a lung transplant, takes part in a protest against the closure of the National...
Belen Ribeiro (R), who is waiting for a lung transplant, takes part in a protest against the closure of the National Institute of Silicosis in Oviedo October 11, 2013. REUTERS/Eloy Alonso (SPAIN - Tags: CIVIL UNREST HEALTH BUSINESS POLITICS)
SPAIN/
RTX147HY
October 11, 2013
Belen Ribeiro (R), who is waiting for a lung transplant, takes part in a protest against the closure...
Oviedo, Spain
Ribeiro, who is waiting for a lung transplant, takes part in a protest against the closure of National...
Belen Ribeiro (R), who is waiting for a lung transplant, takes part in a protest against the closure of National Institute of Silicosis in Oviedo October 11, 2013. REUTERS/Eloy Alonso (SPAIN - Tags: CIVIL UNREST HEALTH POLITICS BUSINESS)
USA-TRANSPLANT/PENNSYLVANIA
RTX12YA7
August 27, 2013
Sarah Murnaghan (R), an 11-year-old girl who underwent a double lung transplant, sits on her mother Janet's...
NEWTOWN SQUARE, UNITED STATES
Sarah Murnaghan sits on her mother Janet's lap outside their home in Newtown Square Pennsylvania
Sarah Murnaghan (R), an 11-year-old girl who underwent a double lung transplant, sits on her mother Janet's lap outside their home in Newtown Square, Pennsylvania August 27, 2013. Sarah underwent an operation earlier this summer to receive the transplants in a case that set off a national debate about child access to organ donations. She had earlier been diagnosed with cystic fibrosis. REUTERS/Tom Milahek (UNITED STATES - Tags: HEALTH)
USA-TRANSPLANT/PENNSYLVANIA
RTX12YA3
August 27, 2013
Sarah Murnaghan (R), an 11-year-old girl who underwent a double lung transplant, is seen here with her...
NEWTOWN SQUARE, UNITED STATES
Sarah Murnaghan poses with her parents Janet and Fran and siblings outside their home in Newtown Square...
Sarah Murnaghan (R), an 11-year-old girl who underwent a double lung transplant, is seen here with her parents Janet and Fran (2nd R), brothers Sean and Finn and sister Ella (obscured) outside their home in Newtown Square, Pennsylvania August 27, 2013. Sarah underwent an operation earlier this summer to receive the transplants in a case that set off a national debate about child access to organ donations. She had earlier been diagnosed with cystic fibrosis. REUTERS/Tom Milahek (UNITED STATES - Tags: HEALTH)
USA-TRANSPLANT/PENNSYLVANIA
RTX12Y9U
August 27, 2013
Janet (L) and Fran Murnaghan, the parents of Sarah, an 11-year-old girl who underwent a double lung transplant,...
NEWTOWN SQUARE, UNITED STATES
Janet and Fran Murnaghan talk to members of the media outside their home in Newtown Square Pennsylvania...
Janet (L) and Fran Murnaghan, the parents of Sarah, an 11-year-old girl who underwent a double lung transplant, talk to members of the media outside their home in Newtown Square, Pennsylvania August 27, 2013. Sarah underwent an operation earlier this summer to receive the transplants in a case that set off a national debate about child access to organ donations. She had earlier been diagnosed with cystic fibrosis. REUTERS/Tom Milahek (UNITED STATES - Tags: HEALTH)
USA-TRANSPLANT/PENNSYLVANIA
RTX12Y9K
August 27, 2013
Sarah Murnaghan, an 11-year-old girl who underwent a double lung transplant, poses with her parents Janet...
NEWTOWN SQUARE, UNITED STATES
Sarah Murnaghan poses with her parents Janet and Fran and siblings outside their home in Newtown Square...
Sarah Murnaghan, an 11-year-old girl who underwent a double lung transplant, poses with her parents Janet and Fran, brothers Sean and Finn and sister Ella outside their home in Newtown Square, Pennsylvania August 27, 2013. Sarah underwent an operation earlier this summer to receive the transplants in a case that set off a national debate about child access to organ donations. She had earlier been diagnosed with cystic fibrosis. REUTERS/Tom Milahek (UNITED STATES - Tags: HEALTH)
USA-TRANSPLANT/PENNSYLVANIA
RTX12Y99
August 27, 2013
Sarah Murnaghan, an 11-year-old girl who underwent a double lung transplant, sits on her mother Janet's...
NEWTOWN SQUARE, UNITED STATES
Sarah Murnaghan, an 11-year-old girl who underwent a double lung transplant, sits on her mother Janet's...
Sarah Murnaghan, an 11-year-old girl who underwent a double lung transplant, sits on her mother Janet's lap outside their home in Newtown Square, Pennsylvania August 27, 2013. Sarah underwent an operation earlier this summer to receive the transplants in a case that set off a national debate about child access to organ donations. She had earlier been diagnosed with cystic fibrosis. REUTERS/Tom Milahek (UNITED STATES - Tags: HEALTH)
USA-TRANSPLANT/PENNSYLVANIA
RTX12Y51
August 27, 2013
Janet Murnaghan, the mother of Sarah, an 11-year-old girl who underwent a double lung transplant, receives...
NEWTOWN SQUARE, UNITED STATES
Janet Murnaghan, the mother of Sarah, an 11-year-old girl who underwent a double lung transplant, receives...
Janet Murnaghan, the mother of Sarah, an 11-year-old girl who underwent a double lung transplant, receives flowers from a florist delivery man outside their home in Newtown Square, Pennsylvania August 27, 2013. Sarah underwent an operation earlier this summer to receive the transplants in a case that set off a national debate about child access to organ donations. She had earlier been diagnosed with cystic fibrosis. REUTERS/Tom Milahek (UNITED STATES - Tags: HEALTH)
GERMANY/
RTR2ZNFO
March 21, 2012
Medical assistants check a human lung in a 'Organ Care System' as they arrive for a lung transplantation...
Hanover, Germany
Medical assistants check a human lung in a 'Organ Care System' as they arrive for a lung transplantation...
Medical assistants check a human lung in a 'Organ Care System' as they arrive for a lung transplantation at the Hannover Medical School March 20, 2012. REUTERS/Morris Mac Matzen (GERMANY - Tags: SOCIETY HEALTH)
GERMANY/
RTR2ZNFL
March 21, 2012
An assistant doctor arrives with a human lung in an 'Organ Care System' for a lung transplantation at...
Hanover, Germany
An assistant doctor arrives with a human lung in an 'Organ Care System' for a lung transplantation at...
An assistant doctor arrives with a human lung in an 'Organ Care System' for a lung transplantation at the Hannover Medical School March 20, 2012. REUTERS/Morris Mac Matzen (GERMANY - Tags: HEALTH SOCIETY)
GERMANY/
RTR2ZNE6
March 21, 2012
A medical assistant checks a human lung during a lung transplantation at the 'Hannover Medical School'...
Hanover, Germany
Medical assistant checks human lung during lung transplantation at 'Hannover Medical School' in Hanover...
A medical assistant checks a human lung during a lung transplantation at the 'Hannover Medical School' in Hanover March 20, 2012. REUTERS/Morris Mac Matzen (GERMANY - Tags: SOCIETY HEALTH)
MUSIC-SANDRO/
RTR28LRR
January 06, 2010
A fan holds up a picture of deceased Argentine pop singer Sandro as the hearse carrying the coffin of...
Buenos Aires, Argentina
A fan holds up a picture of deceased Argentine pop singer Sandro as the hearse carrying the coffin of...
A fan holds up a picture of deceased Argentine pop singer Sandro as the hearse carrying the coffin of him passed by his house in Banfield, on the outskirts of Buenos Aires, January 6, 2010. The singer, born Roberto Sanchez and known as "the Argentine Elvis ", died on January 4, 2010 at the age of 64 in the central Argentine city of Mendoza. Sandro died from an infection after heart and lung transplant surgery. REUTERS/Marcos Brindicci (ARGENTINA - Tags: ENTERTAINMENT OBITUARY)
MUSIC-SANDRO/
RTR28LRC
January 06, 2010
A fan holds up a picture of deceased Argentine pop singer Sandro as the hearse carrying the coffin of...
Buenos Aires, Argentina
A fan holds up a picture of deceased Argentine pop singer Sandro as the hearse carrying the coffin of...
A fan holds up a picture of deceased Argentine pop singer Sandro as the hearse carrying the coffin of him passes his home in Banfield, on the outskirts of Buenos Aires, January 6, 2010. Sandro, who was called Argentina's Elvis Presley, died on Monday aged 64 after a career spanning over four decades in which he helped promote Latino music to a world audience. Doctor Claudio Burgos from the Italian Hospital in the Argentine city of Mendoza told Reuters that Sandro died from an infection after heart and lung transplant surgery. REUTERS/Marcos Brindicci (ARGENTINA - Tags: ENTERTAINMENT OBITUARY IMAGES OF THE DAY)
MUSIC-SANDRO/
RTR28LQT
January 06, 2010
People wait for the hearse carrying the coffin of deceased Argentine pop singer Sandro to bid farewell...
Buenos Aires, Argentina
People wait for the hearse carrying the coffin of deceased Argentine pop singer Sandro to bid farewell...
People wait for the hearse carrying the coffin of deceased Argentine pop singer Sandro to bid farewell in front of his house in Banfield on the outskirts of Buenos Aires, January 6, 2010. The singer, born Roberto Sanchez and known as "the Argentine Elvis ", died on January 4, 2010 at the age of 64 in the central Argentine city of Mendoza. Sandro died from an infection after heart and lung transplant surgery. REUTERS/Martin Acosta (ARGENTINA - Tags: ENTERTAINMENT OBITUARY)
MUSIC-SANDRO/
RTR28LQS
January 06, 2010
People approach the hearse carrying the coffin of deceased Argentine pop singer Sandro to bid farewell...
Buenos Aires, Argentina
People approach the hearse carrying the coffin of deceased Argentine pop singer Sandro to bid farewell...
People approach the hearse carrying the coffin of deceased Argentine pop singer Sandro to bid farewell in Banfield on the outskirts of Buenos Aires, January 6, 2010. The singer, born Roberto Sanchez and known as "the Argentine Elvis ", died on January 4, 2010 at the age of 64 in the central Argentine city of Mendoza. Sandro died from an infection after heart and lung transplant surgery. REUTERS/Martin Acosta (ARGENTINA - Tags: ENTERTAINMENT OBITUARY)
MUSIC-SANDRO/
RTR28LQO
January 06, 2010
People wait for the hearse carrying the coffin of deceased Argentine pop singer Sandro to bid farewell...
Buenos Aires, Argentina
People wait for the hearse carrying the coffin of deceased Argentine pop singer Sandro to bid farewell...
People wait for the hearse carrying the coffin of deceased Argentine pop singer Sandro to bid farewell in front of his house in Banfield on the outskirts of Buenos Aires, January 6, 2010. The singer, born Roberto Sanchez and known as "the Argentine Elvis ", died on January 4, 2010 at the age of 64 in the central Argentine city of Mendoza. He had received a double heart and lungs transplant on November 20, 2009. REUTERS/Martin Acosta (ARGENTINA - Tags: ENTERTAINMENT OBITUARY)
MUSIC-SANDRO/
RTR28LBQ
January 06, 2010
A fan of Argentine pop singer Sandro holds a picture of him as she waits outside the Congress to pay...
Buenos Aires, Argentina
A fan of Argentine pop singer Sandro holds a picture of him as she waits outside the Congress to pay...
A fan of Argentine pop singer Sandro holds a picture of him as she waits outside the Congress to pay her respects in Buenos Aires, January 6, 2010. The singer, born Roberto Sanchez and known as "the Argentine Elvis ", died on January 4, 2010 at the age of 64 in the central Argentine city of Mendoza. Sandro died from an infection after heart and lung transplant surgery. REUTERS/Martin Acosta (ARGENTINA - Tags: ENTERTAINMENT OBITUARY)
MUSIC-SANDRO/
RTR28LBL
January 06, 2010
Fans of Argentine pop singer Sandro hold pictures of him as they leave the Congress after paying their...
Buenos Aires, Argentina
Fans of Argentine pop singer Sandro hold pictures of him as they leave the Congress after paying their...
Fans of Argentine pop singer Sandro hold pictures of him as they leave the Congress after paying their respects in Buenos Aires, January 6, 2010. The singer, born Roberto Sanchez and known as "the Argentine Elvis ", died on January 4, 2010 at the age of 64 in the central Argentine city of Mendoza. Sandro died from an infection after heart and lung transplant surgery. REUTERS/Marcos Brindicci (ARGENTINA - Tags: ENTERTAINMENT OBITUARY)
MUSIC-SANDRO/
RTR28LBF
January 06, 2010
A fan of Argentine pop singer Sandro holds a picture of him as she waits outside the Congress to pay...
Buenos Aires, Argentina
A fan of Argentine pop singer Sandro holds a picture of him as she waits outside the Congress to pay...
A fan of Argentine pop singer Sandro holds a picture of him as she waits outside the Congress to pay her respects in Buenos Aires, January 6, 2010. The singer, born Roberto Sanchez and known as "the Argentine Elvis ", died on January 4, 2010 at the age of 64 in the central Argentine city of Mendoza. Sandro died from an infection after heart and lung transplant surgery. REUTERS/Marcos Brindicci (ARGENTINA - Tags: ENTERTAINMENT OBITUARY)
MUSIC-SANDRO/
RTR28K5M
January 05, 2010
A fan of Argentine pop singer Sandro cries in front of pictures of him as she waits outside the Congress...
Buenos Aires, Argentina
To match Reuters Life! MUSIC-SANDRO/
A fan of Argentine pop singer Sandro cries in front of pictures of him as she waits outside the Congress to pay her respects in Buenos Aires, January 5, 2010. The singer, whose real name was Roberto Sanchez and known as "Argentina's Elvis Presley", died on January 4, 2010 at the age of 64 in the central Argentine city of Mendoza. Sandro died from an infection after heart and lung transplant surgery. To match Reuters Life! MUSIC-SANDRO/ REUTERS/Marcos Brindicci (ARGENTINA - Tags: ENTERTAINMENT OBITUARY)
MUSIC-SANDRO/
RTR28K5K
January 05, 2010
A fan of Argentine pop singer Sandro cries as she waits outside the Congress to pay her respects in Buenos...
Buenos Aires, Argentina
To match Reuters Life! MUSIC-SANDRO/
A fan of Argentine pop singer Sandro cries as she waits outside the Congress to pay her respects in Buenos Aires, January 5, 2010. The singer, whose real name was Roberto Sanchez and known as "Argentina's Elvis Presley", died on January 4, 2010 at the age of 64 in the central Argentine city of Mendoza. Sandro died from an infection after heart and lung transplant surgery. To match Reuters Life! MUSIC-SANDRO/ REUTERS/Marcos Brindicci (ARGENTINA - Tags: ENTERTAINMENT OBITUARY)
MUSIC-SANDRO
RTR28K5G
January 05, 2010
A fan of Argentine pop singer Sandro shows a picture of him as she waits outside the Congress to pay...
Buenos Aires, Argentina
To match Reuters Life! MUSIC-SANDRO/
A fan of Argentine pop singer Sandro shows a picture of him as she waits outside the Congress to pay her respects in Buenos Aires, January 5, 2010. The singer, whose real name was Roberto Sanchez and known as "Argentina's Elvis Presley", died on January 4, 2010 at the age of 64 in the central Argentine city of Mendoza. Sandro died from an infection after heart and lung transplant surgery. To match Reuters Life! MUSIC-SANDRO/ REUTERS/Marcos Brindicci (ARGENTINA - Tags: ENTERTAINMENT OBITUARY)
ARGENTINA/
RTR28K5A
January 05, 2010
A fan of Argentine pop singer Sandro holds a picture of him as she waits outside the Congress to pay...
Buenos Aires, Argentina
To match Reuters Life! MUSIC-SANDRO/
A fan of Argentine pop singer Sandro holds a picture of him as she waits outside the Congress to pay her respects in Buenos Aires, January 5, 2010. The singer, whose real name was Roberto Sanchez and known as "Argentina's Elvis Presley", died on January 4, 2010 at the age of 64 in the central Argentine city of Mendoza. Sandro died from an infection after heart and lung transplant surgery. To match Reuters Life! MUSIC-SANDRO/ REUTERS/Marcos Brindicci (ARGENTINA - Tags: ENTERTAINMENT OBITUARY)
ARGENTINA/
RTR28K58
January 05, 2010
A fan of Argentine pop singer Sandro wears a picture of him on her chest as she waits outside the Congress...
Buenos Aires, Argentina
To match Reuters Life! MUSIC-SANDRO/
A fan of Argentine pop singer Sandro wears a picture of him on her chest as she waits outside the Congress to pay her respects in Buenos Aires, January 5, 2010. The singer, whose real name was Roberto Sanchez and known as "Argentina's Elvis Presley", died on January 4, 2010 at the age of 64 in the central Argentine city of Mendoza. Sandro died from an infection after heart and lung transplant surgery. To match Reuters Life! MUSIC-SANDRO/ REUTERS/Marcos Brindicci (ARGENTINA - Tags: ENTERTAINMENT OBITUARY)
MUSIC-SANDRO/
RTR28K57
January 05, 2010
A fan of Argentine pop singer Sandro shows pictures of him as she waits outside the Congress to pay her...
Buenos Aires, Argentina
To match Reuters Life! MUSIC-SANDRO/
A fan of Argentine pop singer Sandro shows pictures of him as she waits outside the Congress to pay her respects in Buenos Aires, January 5, 2010. The singer, whose real name was Roberto Sanchez and known as "Argentina's Elvis Presley", died on January 4, 2010 at the age of 64 in the central Argentine city of Mendoza. Sandro died from an infection after heart and lung transplant surgery. To match Reuters Life! MUSIC-SANDRO/ REUTERS/Marcos Brindicci (ARGENTINA - Tags: ENTERTAINMENT OBITUARY IMAGES OF THE DAY SOCIETY)
ARGENTINA/
RTR28K55
January 05, 2010
Fans hold a placard with an image of Argentine pop singer Sandro as they wait in line outside the Congress...
Buenos Aires, Argentina
To match Reuters Life! MUSIC-SANDRO/
Fans hold a placard with an image of Argentine pop singer Sandro as they wait in line outside the Congress to pay their respects in Buenos Aires, January 5, 2010. The singer, whose real name was Roberto Sanchez and known as "Argentina's Elvis Presley", died on January 4, 2010 at the age of 64 in the central Argentine city of Mendoza. Sandro died from an infection after heart and lung transplant surgery. To match Reuters Life! MUSIC-SANDRO/ REUTERS/Marcos Brindicci (ARGENTINA - Tags: ENTERTAINMENT OBITUARY) IMAGES OF THE DAY SOCIETY)
MUSIC-SANDRO/
RTR28K4J
January 05, 2010
A fan of Argentine singer Sandro wears a picture of him as she waits outside the Congress to pay her...
Buenos Aires, Argentina
To match Reuters Life! MUSIC-SANDRO/
A fan of Argentine singer Sandro wears a picture of him as she waits outside the Congress to pay her respects in Buenos Aires January 5, 2010. The singer, whose real name was Roberto Sanchez and known as "Argentina's Elvis Presley", died on January 4, 2010 at the age of 64 in the central Argentine city of Mendoza. Sandro died from an infection after heart and lung transplant surgery. To match Reuters Life! MUSIC-SANDRO/ REUTERS/Marcos Brindicci (ARGENTINA - Tags: ENTERTAINMENT OBITUARY IMAGES OF THE DAY SOCIETY)
MUSIC-SANDRO/
RTR28K4D
January 05, 2010
Fans of Argentine singer Sandro hold pictures of him as they wait outside the Congress to pay their respects...
Buenos Aires, Argentina
To match Reuters Life! MUSIC-SANDRO/
Fans of Argentine singer Sandro hold pictures of him as they wait outside the Congress to pay their respects in Buenos Aires January 5, 2010. The singer, whose real name was Roberto Sanchez and known as "Argentina's Elvis Presley", died on January 4, 2010 at the age of 64 in the central Argentine city of Mendoza. Sandro died from an infection after heart and lung transplant surgery. To match Reuters Life! MUSIC-SANDRO/ REUTERS/Marcos Brindicci (ARGENTINA - Tags: ENTERTAINMENT OBITUARY SOCIETY)
MUSIC-SANDRO/
RTR28K3Y
January 05, 2010
A fan of Argentine singer Sandro wears a picture of him as she waits outside the Congress to pay her...
Buenos Aires, Argentina
To match Reuters Life! MUSIC-SANDRO/
A fan of Argentine singer Sandro wears a picture of him as she waits outside the Congress to pay her respects in Buenos Aires January 5, 2010. The singer, whose real name was Roberto Sanchez and known as "Argentina's Elvis Presley", died on January 4, 2010 at the age of 64 in the central Argentine city of Mendoza. Sandro died from an infection after heart and lung transplant surgery. To match Reuters Life! MUSIC-SANDRO/ REUTERS/Marcos Brindicci (ARGENTINA - Tags: ENTERTAINMENT OBITUARY IMAGES OF THE DAY SOCIETY)
TWINS-CYSTICFIBROSIS/
RTR1XEJF
February 22, 2008
Anabel Stenzel (R) watches as her identical twin sister, Isabel Stenzel Byrnes, plays the bagpipe in...
Redwood City, UNITED STATES
Identical twin plays bagpipes for sister in Redwood City
Anabel Stenzel (R) watches as her identical twin sister, Isabel Stenzel Byrnes, plays the bagpipe in Redwood City, California February 20, 2008. When born with cystic fibrosis in 1972, they were not expected to live to adulthood. Three decades and three lung transplants later, they are telling their story in a book. REUTERS/Robert Galbraith (UNITED STATES)
TWINS-CYSTICFIBROSIS/
RTR1XEJE
February 22, 2008
Identical twins Anabel Stenzel (L) and Isabel Stenzel Byrnes pose for a photograph in Redwood City, California...
Redwood City, UNITED STATES
Identical twins born with cystic fibrosis pose for photo in Redwood City
Identical twins Anabel Stenzel (L) and Isabel Stenzel Byrnes pose for a photograph in Redwood City, California February 20, 2008. When born with cystic fibrosis in 1972, they were not expected to live to adulthood. Three decades and three lung transplants later, they are telling their story in a book. REUTERS/Robert Galbraith (UNITED STATES)
CHINA/
RTX4R6H
December 15, 2007
Zhang Xiuping (L) and her son Lin Dawei lie on beds next to each other before their operation at a hospital...
Hefei, China
Zhang Xiuping and her son Lin Dawei lie on beds next to each other before their operation at a hospital...
Zhang Xiuping (L) and her son Lin Dawei lie on beds next to each other before their operation at a hospital in Hefei, Anhui province December 15, 2007. Xiuping is transplanting one of her kidneys to her son. A worldwide shortage of organs has forced many people with end-stage illnesses to rely on living donors, either relatives, or strangers from poorer countries where organs can be obtained cheaply, to donate kidneys, liver sections, lung lobes, skin and bones for grafts. REUTERS/Jianan Yu (CHINA)
CHINA/
RTX4R6E
December 15, 2007
Zhang Xiuping (L) embraces her son Lin Dawei before transplanting one of her kidneys to him at a hospital...
Hefei, China
Zhang Xiuping embraces her son Lin Dawei before transplanting one of her kidneys to him at a hospital...
Zhang Xiuping (L) embraces her son Lin Dawei before transplanting one of her kidneys to him at a hospital in Hefei, Anhui province December 15, 2007. A worldwide shortage of organs has forced many people with end-stage illnesses to rely on living donors, either relatives, or strangers from poorer countries where organs can be obtained cheaply, to donate kidneys, liver sections, lung lobes, skin and bones for grafts. REUTERS/Jianan Yu (CHINA)
TRANSPLANT
RTRJ105
February 23, 2003
Melecio Huerta (R), comforts his wife Magdalena Santillan (L) as she
leans over the open casket of their...
Louisburg, United States of America
JESICA SANTILLAN'S PARENTS GRIEVE OVER HER OPEN CASKET.
Melecio Huerta (R), comforts his wife Magdalena Santillan (L) as she
leans over the open casket of their daughter Jesica Santillan prior to
a public memorial service held for Santillan on February 23, 2003 at
the Louisburg College Auditorium in Louisburg, North Carolina.
Santillan died at Duke University Medical Center after receiving two
heart-lung transplants. She was forced to undergo a second heart-lung
transplant when it was determined that the first organs were
incompatible with her blood type. REUTERS/Bob Jordan/POOL

elo/ME
TRANSPLANT
RTRJ0ZY
February 23, 2003
Dulce Huerta (L), who is Jesica Santillan's sister, looks up at
Jesica's Hope Chest Inc. founder Mack...
Louisburg, United States of America
DULCE HUERTA LOOKS UP AT JESICA'S HOPE CHEST INC. FOUNDER MACK MAHONEY.
Dulce Huerta (L), who is Jesica Santillan's sister, looks up at
Jesica's Hope Chest Inc. founder Mack Mahoney (R) during a Memorial
Service for her sister held February 23, 2003 at the Louisburg College
Auditorium in Louisburg, North Carolina. Santillan died at Duke
University Medical Center after receiving two heart-lung transplants.
She was forced to undergo a second heart-lung transplant when it was
determined that the first organs were incompatible with her blood type.
REUTERS/Bob Jordan/POOL

elo
TRANSPLANT
RTRJ0ZT
February 23, 2003
The Reverend Luis Reinoso (L) leads a Memorial Service for Jesica
Santillan held February 23, 2003 at...
Louisburg, United States of America
THE REVEREND LUIS REINOSO LEADS A MEMORIAL SERVICE FOR JESICA
SANTILLAN.
The Reverend Luis Reinoso (L) leads a Memorial Service for Jesica
Santillan held February 23, 2003 at the Louisburg College Auditorium in
Louisburg, North Carolina. Santillan died at Duke University Medical
Center after receiving two heart-lung transplants. She was forced to
undergo a second heart-lung transplant when it was determined that the
first organs were incompatible with her blood type. REUTERS/Bob
Jordan/POOL

elo/ME
HEALTH TRANSPLANT
RTRJ0ZM
February 23, 2003
Melecio Huerta (R) comforts his wife Magdalena Santillan as she grieves
over their daughter Jesica Santillan's...
Louisburg, United States of America
JESICA SANTILLAN'S PARENTS GRIEVE OVER HER BODY AT A MEMORIAL SERVICE.
Melecio Huerta (R) comforts his wife Magdalena Santillan as she grieves
over their daughter Jesica Santillan's open casket at a Memorial
Service held February 23, 2003 at the Louisburg College Auditorium in
Louisburg, North Carolina. Santillan died at Duke University Medical
Center after receiving two heart-lung transplants. She was forced to
undergo a second heart-lung transplant when it was determined that the
first organs were incompatible with her blood type. REUTERS/Bob
Jordan/POOL

elo/ME
TRANSPLANT
RTRIQ3B
February 21, 2003
Mack Mahoney (R), of Jesica's Hope Chest Inc., an organization founded
to help the family of Jesica...
Durham, United States of America
MACK MAHONEY QUESTIONS DUKE CEO ABOUT JESICA SANTILLAN'S TRANSPLANT.
Mack Mahoney (R), of Jesica's Hope Chest Inc., an organization founded
to help the family of Jesica Santillan secure funds to pay for her
medical treatment, questions Duke University Hospital CEO William
Fulkerson, M.D. about the care Santillan has received as a patient at
the hospital following a press conference held February 21, 2003 at
Duke University Medical Center in Durham, North Carolina. Doctors told
the media that Santillan has irreversible brain damage after receiving
two heart-lung transplants. antillan underwent the second surgery when
it was determined that the first set of organs were not compatible with
her blood type. REUTERS/Ellen Ozier

elo
TRANSPLANT
RTRIQ34
February 21, 2003
William Fulkerson (L), M.D., CEO of Duke University Hospital and Karen
Frush (R), M.D., Medical Director...
Durham, United States of America
DUKE DOCTORS ADDRESS THE MEDIA REGARDING JESICA'S SANTILLAN'S
CONDITION.
William Fulkerson (L), M.D., CEO of Duke University Hospital and Karen
Frush (R), M.D., Medical Director of Children's Services at Duke
University Hospital answer questions from the media during a press
conference held February 21, 2003 at Duke University Medical Center in
Durham, North Carolina. The doctors told the media that Santillan has
irreversible brain damage after receiving two heart-lung transplants at
Duke University Hospital. She underwent the second surgery when it was
determined that the first set of organs was not compatible with her
blood type. REUTERS/Ellen Ozier

elo
TRANSPLANT
RTRIQ2O
February 21, 2003
America Santillan (L front), who is the aunt of Jesica Santillan is
emotional as Mack Mahoney (C) answers...
Durham, United States of America
AMERICA SANTILLAN IS EMOTIONAL AS MACK MAHONEY ADDRESSES THE MEDIA.
America Santillan (L front), who is the aunt of Jesica Santillan is
emotional as Mack Mahoney (C) answers questions from the media outside
the Brookwood Inn in Durham, North Carolina February 21, 2003. Duke
doctors have told the media that Santillan has irreversible brain
damage after receiving two heart-lung transplants at Duke University
Hospital. She underwent the second surgery when it was determined that
the first set of organs was not compatible with her blood type.
REUTERS/Ellen Ozier

ELO
TRANSPLANT
RTRIQ1Y
February 21, 2003
America Santillan (R), the aunt of Jesica Santillan, and Renee
McCormick (L), a spokesperson for Jesica's...
Durham, United States of America
AMERICA SANTILLAN AND RENEE MCCORMICK ARE EMOTIONAL AS THEY LEAVE A
PRESS CONFERENCE AT DUKE HOSPITAL....
America Santillan (R), the aunt of Jesica Santillan, and Renee
McCormick (L), a spokesperson for Jesica's Hope Chest Inc., leave a
press conference held at Duke University Medical Center February 21,
2003 where Duke doctors told the media that Jesica Santillan has
irreversible brain damage after receiving two heart-lung transplants.
Santillan underwent the second surgery when it was determined that the
first set of organs was not compatible with her blood type.
REUTERS/Ellen Ozier

elo
TRANSPLANT
RTRIQ1I
February 21, 2003
William Fulkerson (L), CEO of Duke University Hospital, buries his face
in his hands as Karen Frush...
Durham, United States of America
DUKE DOCTORS UPDATE THE MEDIA ON THE CONDITION OF JESICA SANTILLAN.
William Fulkerson (L), CEO of Duke University Hospital, buries his face
in his hands as Karen Frush (R), M.D., Medical Director of Children's
Services at Duke University Hospital, updates the media on Jesica
Santillan's condition at a press conference held at Duke University
Medical Center February 21, 2003. Frush told the media that Santillan
has irreversible brain damage after undergoing two heart-lung
transplants at Duke University Hospital. She was forced to undergo a
second surgery when it was determined that the first set of organs did
not match her blood type. REUTERS/Ellen Ozier

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February 21, 2003
America Santillan (R), who is the aunt of Jesica Santillan, and Renee
McCormick (L), who is a spokesperson...
Durham, United States of America
AMERICA SANTILLAN AND RENEE MCCORMICK OF JESICA'S HOPE CHEST BECOME
EMOTIONAL DURING A PRESS CONFERENCE....
America Santillan (R), who is the aunt of Jesica Santillan, and Renee
McCormick (L), who is a spokesperson for Jesica's Hope Chest Inc.,
become emotional during a press conference held at Duke University
Medical Center February 21, 2003 regarding the declining condition of
Jesica Santillan. Santillan received a heart-lung transplant at Duke
University Hospital with organs that did not match her blood type. A
second set of organs became available to Santillan early Thursday
morning and doctors performed a second surgery. Doctors are now saying
that Santillan has damage to her brain that is irreversible.
REUTERS/Ellen Ozier

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RTRIPG3
February 21, 2003
America Santillan (R), who is the aunt of Jesica Santillan, and Mack
Mahoney (L), who is the founder...
Durham, United States of America
AMERICA SANTILLAN AND MACK MAHONEY OF JESICA'S HOPE CHEST WAIT TO
APPEAR ON GOOD MORNING AMERICA.
America Santillan (R), who is the aunt of Jesica Santillan, and Mack
Mahoney (L), who is the founder of Jesica's Hope Chest Inc., an
organization founded to help the family of Jesica Santillan secure
funds to pay for her medical treatment, talk with a producer before
going live on ABC's "Good Morning America" show February 21, 2003 at
the Brookwood Inn in Durham, North Carolina. Santillan received a
heart-lung transplant at Duke University Hospital with organs that did
not match her blood type. A second set of organs became available to
Santillan early Thursday morning and Duke doctors have given her a
fifty-fifty chance of survival. REUTERS/Ellen Ozier

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February 21, 2003
America Santillan (L), who is the aunt of Jesica Santillan, and Mack
Mahoney (R), who is the founder...
Durham, United States of America
AMERICA SANTILLAN AND MACK MAHONEY OF JESICA'S HOPE CHEST WAIT TO
APPEAR ON A MORNING SHOW.
America Santillan (L), who is the aunt of Jesica Santillan, and Mack
Mahoney (R), who is the founder of Jessica's Hope Chest Inc., an
organization founded to help the family of Jesica Santillan secure
funds to pay for her medical treatment, prepare to go live on CNN
February 21, 2003 near Duke University Hospital in Durham, North
Carolina. Santillan received a heart-lung transplant at Duke University
Hospital with organs that did not match her blood type. A second set of
organs became available to Santillan early Thursday morning and Duke
doctors have given her a fifty-fifty chance of surviving the second
surgery. REUTERS/Ellen Ozier

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RTRIO4V
February 20, 2003
Magdalena Santillan listens to questions from the media during a press
conference held February 20,...
Durham, United States of America
JESICA SANTILLANS PARENTS ANSWER QUESTIONS FROM THE MEDIA.
Magdalena Santillan listens to questions from the media during a press
conference held February 20, 2003 at the Brookwood Inn in Durham, North
Carolina, regarding the botched heart-lung transplant procedure that
took place with her daughter Jesica Santillan. Jesica received a
heart-lung transplant at Duke University Medical Center with organs
that did not match her blood type. A second set of organs became
available to Santillan early Thursday morning and following a
successful transplantation of the new organs, doctors have given Jesica
a fifty-fifty chance of survival. REUTERS/Ellen Ozier

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HEALTH TRANSPLANT
RTRIO4N
February 20, 2003
Melesio Huerta listens to questions from the media during a press
conference held February 20, 2003...
Durham, United States of America
JESICA SANTILLAN'S FATHER ANSWERS QUESTIONS FROM THE MEDIA.
Melesio Huerta listens to questions from the media during a press
conference held February 20, 2003 at the Brookwood Inn in Durham, North
Carolina regarding the botched heart-lung transplant procedure that
took place with his daughter Jesica Santillan. Jesica received a
heart-lung transplant at Duke University Medical Center with organs
that did not match her blood type. A second set of organs became
available to Santillan early Thursday morning and following a
successful transplantation of the new organs, doctors have given Jesica
a fifty-fifty chance of survival. REUTERS/Ellen Ozier

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RTRIO4G
February 20, 2003
Magdalena Santillan (R), her husband Melesio Huerta (L), and her niece
America Santillan (C), who is...
Durham, United States of America
JESICA SANTILLAN'S PARENTS ANSWER QUESTIONS FROM THE MEDIA.
Magdalena Santillan (R), her husband Melesio Huerta (L), and her niece
America Santillan (C), who is also acting as translator, listen to
questions from the media during a press conference held February 20,
2003 at the Brookwood Inn in Durham, Nort Carolina regarding the
botched heart-lung transplant procedure that took place with her
daughter Jesica Santillan. Jesica received a heart-lung transplant at
Duke University Medical Center with organs that did not match her blood
type and a second set of organs became available to Santillan early
Thursday morning. Doctors have given Jesica a fifty-fifty chance of
surviving the second surgery. REUTERS/Ellen Ozier

elo
HEALTH TRANSPLANT
RTRIO4A
February 20, 2003
Magdalena Santillan listens to questions from the media during a press
conference held February 20,...
Durham, United States of America
JESICA SANTILLAN'S MOTHER ANSWERS QUESTIONS FROM THE MEDIA.
Magdalena Santillan listens to questions from the media during a press
conference held February 20, 2003 at the Brookwood Inn in Durham, North
Carolina regarding the botched heart-lung transplant procedure that
took place with her daughter Jesica Santillan. Jesica received a
heart-lung transplant at Duke University Medical Center with organs
that did not match her blood type and a second set of organs became
available to Santillan early Thursday morning. Doctors have given
Jesica a fifty-fifty chance of surviving the second surgery.
REUTERS/Ellen Ozier

elo/ME
HEALTH TRANSPLANT
RTRIO45
February 20, 2003
Magdalena Santillan (R), her husband Melesio Huerta (L), and her niece
America Santillan (C), who is...
Durham, United States of America
JESICA SANTILLAN'S PARENTS ANSWER QUESTIONS FROM THE MEDIA.
Magdalena Santillan (R), her husband Melesio Huerta (L), and her niece
America Santillan (C), who is also acting as translator, listen to
questions from the media during a press conference held February 20,
2003 at the Brookwood Inn in Durham, North Carolina regarding the
botched heart-lung transplant procedure that took place with her
daughter Jesica Santillan. Jesica received a heart-lung transplant at
Duke University Medical Center with organs that did not match her blood
type and a second set of organs became available to Santillan early
Thursday morning. Doctors have given Jesica a fifty-fifty chance of
surviving the second surgery. REUTERS/Ellen Ozier

elo/ME
TRANSPLANT
RTRIO32
February 20, 2003
Nita Mahoney (L) and Rena Harvey (R), who are friends of heart-lung
transplant patient Jesica Santillan,...
Durham, United States of America
FRIENDS OF JESICA SANTILLAN LISTEN AS DUKE UNIVERSITY MEDICAL CENTER
PHYSICIANS ADDRESS THE MEDIA.
Nita Mahoney (L) and Rena Harvey (R), who are friends of heart-lung
transplant patient Jesica Santillan, comfort one another as they listen
to a press conference held February 20, 2003 at Duke University
regarding the heart-lung transplant procedure that took place with
patient Jesica Santillan. Santillan received a heart-lung transplant at
Duke University Medical Center with organs that did not match her blood
type and a second set of organs became available to Santillan early
Thursday morning. Doctors have given Santillan a fifty-fifty chance of
surviving the second surgery. REUTERS/Ellen Ozier

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HEALTH TRANSPLANT
RTRIO0H
February 20, 2003
William Fulkerson, M.D., who is the CEO of Duke University Medical
Center, answers questions from the...
Durham, United States of America
DUKE UNIVERSITY MEDICAL CENTER CEO WILLIAM FULKERSON ADDRESSES THE
MEDIA.
William Fulkerson, M.D., who is the CEO of Duke University Medical
Center, answers questions from the media during a press conference held
February 20, 2003 at Duke University regarding the botched heart-lung
transplant procedure that took place with patient Jesica Santillan.
Santillan received a heart-lung transplant at Duke University Medical
Center with organs that did not match her blood type and a second set
of organs became available to Santillan early Thursday morning. Doctors
have given Santillan a fifty-fifty chance of surviving the second
surgery. REUTERS/Ellen Ozier

elo/ME
TRANSPLANT
RTRIO02
February 20, 2003
Duane Davis, M.D., (R), who is the surgical director of Duke University
Medical Center's lung transplant...
Durham, United States of America
DUKE UNIVERSITY MEDICAL CENTER PHYSICIAN DUANE DAVIS SPEAKS.
Duane Davis, M.D., (R), who is the surgical director of Duke University
Medical Center's lung transplant program answers questions from the
media during a press conference held February 20, 2003 at Duke
University regarding the botched heart-lung transplant procedure that
took place with patient Jesica Santillan. Santillan received a
heart-lung transplant at Duke University Medical Center with organs
that did not match her blood type and a second set of organs became
available to Santillan early Thursday morning. Davis, who assisted on
the second transplant surgery, has given Santillan a fifty-fifty chance
of surviving the second surgery. REUTERS/Ellen Ozier

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HEALTH TRANSPLANT
RTRINZW
February 20, 2003
William Fulkerson, M.D., (L), who is the CEO of Duke University Medical
Center, listens as Duane Davis,...
Durham, United States of America
DUKE UNIVERSITY MEDICAL CENTER PHYSICIANS ADDRESS THE MEDIA.
William Fulkerson, M.D., (L), who is the CEO of Duke University Medical
Center, listens as Duane Davis, M.D., (R), who is the surgical director
of Duke University Medical Center's lung transplant program answers
questions from the media during a press conference held February 20,
2003 at Duke University regarding the botched heart-lung transplant
procedure that took place with patient Jesica Santillan. Santillan
received a heart-lung transplant at Duke University Medical Center with
organs that did not match her blood type and a second set of organs
became available to Santillan early Thursday morning. Davis, who
assisted on the second transplant surgery, has given Santillan a
fifty-fifty chance of surviving the second surgery. REUTERS/Ellen
Ozier

elo/ME
HEALTH TRANSPLANT
RTRINZL
February 20, 2003
Duane Davis, M.D., (R), who is the surgical director of Duke University
Medical Center's lung transplant...
Durham, United States of America
DUKE UNIVERSITY MEDICAL CENTER PHYSICIANS ADDRESS THE MEDIA.
Duane Davis, M.D., (R), who is the surgical director of Duke University
Medical Center's lung transplant program, listens as William Fulkerson,
M.D., (L) CEO of Duke University Medical Center, answers questions from
the media during a press conference held February 20, 2003 at Duke
University regarding the botched heart-lung transplant procedure that
took place with patient Jesica Santillan. Santillan received a
heart-lung transplant at Duke University Medical Center with organs
that did not match her blood type and a second set of organs became
available to Santillan early Thursday morning. Davis, who assisted on
the second transplant surgery, has given Santillan a fifty-fifty chance
of surviving the second surgery. REUTERS/Ellen Ozier

elo/ME
HEALTH GIRL
RTRINFI
February 20, 2003
Eight year-old Ulises Santillan, brother of Jesica Santillan, listens
as the founder of Jessica's Hope...
Durham, United States of America
BROTHER OF JESICA SANTILLAN LISTENS DURING PRESS CONFERENCE IN DURHAM.
Eight year-old Ulises Santillan, brother of Jesica Santillan, listens
as the founder of Jessica's Hope Chest Inc., an organization founded to
help the family of Jessica Santillan secure funds to pay for her
medical treatment, answers questions from the media during a press
conference at the Brookwood Inn in Durham, North Carolina, February 20,
2003. Seventeen year-old Jesica, who received a heart and lung
transplant from a donor with the wrong blood type two weeks ago,
underwent surgery on Thursday to give her a second chance with a new
set of organs. REUTERS/Ellen Ozier

elo
HEALTH GIRL
RTRINB5
February 20, 2003
Duke University Medical Center in Durham, North Carolina on February
20, 2003. Seventeen year-old Jesica...
Durham, United States of America
DUKE UNIVERSITY MEDICAL CENTER IN DURHAM.
Duke University Medical Center in Durham, North Carolina on February
20, 2003. Seventeen year-old Jesica Santillan, who received a heart and
lung transplant from a donor with the wrong blood type two weeks ago,
underwent surgery on Thursday to give her a second chance with a new
set of organs. "Donor heart and lungs have been located for 17-year-old
Santillan," Duke Medical Center spokesman Jeff Molter said.
REUTERS/Ellen Ozier

elo/SV
HEALTH GIRL
RTRINAB
February 20, 2003
Mack Mahoney, founder of Jessica's Hope Chest Inc., an organization
founded to help the family of Jessica...
Durham, United States of America
MACK MAHONEY OF JESSICAS HOPE CHEST ADDRESSES THE MEDIA.
Mack Mahoney, founder of Jessica's Hope Chest Inc., an organization
founded to help the family of Jessica Santillan secure funds to pay for
her medical treatment; answers questions during a press conference
February 20, 2003 at the Brookwood Inn in Durham, North Carolina to
brief the media on Santillan's medical condition. Santillan, who
received a heart and lung transplant from a donor with the wrong blood
type two weeks ago, underwent surgery on Thursday to give her a second
chance with a new set of organs. REUTERS/Ellen Ozier

elo/SV
TRANSPLANT
RTRIN8O
February 20, 2003
Mack Mahoney (R), the founder of Jessica's Hope Chest Inc., an
organization founded to help the family...
Durham, United States of America
MACK MAHONEY OF JESSICA'S HOPE CHEST ADDRESSES THE MEDIA.
Mack Mahoney (R), the founder of Jessica's Hope Chest Inc., an
organization founded to help the family of Jessica Santillan secure
funds to pay for her medical treatment, is emotional during a press
conference held February 20, 2003 at the Brookwood Inn in Durham, North
Carolina to brief the media on Santillan's medical condition. Santillan
received a heart-lung transplant at Duke University Medical Center with
organs that did not match her blood type and a second set of organ
became available to Santillan early Thursday morning. Santillan's
doctors have given her a fifty-fifty chance of surviving the second
surgery. REUTERS/Ellen Ozier

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IRISH
RTRSQY5
November 27, 1999
U2 lead singer Bono walks behind Jean Corr's coffin in Dundalk Novemver 27. Jean Corr, 57, mother of...
Dublin, Ireland
U2'S BONO ATTENDS JEAN CORR'S FUNERAL IN DUNDALK.
U2 lead singer Bono walks behind Jean Corr's coffin in Dundalk Novemver 27. Jean Corr, 57, mother of the members of the Irish pop band 'The Corrs' died last Wednesday from a respiratory disease while awaiting a lung transplant.

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