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HEALTH TRANSPLANT
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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

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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

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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

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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

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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

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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

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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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SEWELL
RTXF225 
March 05, 1993 
Stacy Sewell,21, of Quartz Hill,California,a cystic fibrosis patient who successfully underwent the world's... 
Stacy Sewell,21, of Quartz Hill,California,a cystic fibrosis patient who successfully underwent the ..... 
Stacy Sewell,21, of Quartz Hill,California,a cystic fibrosis patient who successfully underwent the world's first double lobar lung transplant in January 1993 answers questions at a news conference prior to her release March 5 from USC University Hospital in Los Angeles. Sewell's parents donated portions of their lungs for the transplant 
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