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HEALTH-DIABETES/IPO
RTX7VVN3
September 16, 2020
A laboratory technician works during a demonstration for Reuters, revealing part of a technology by Betalin...
Jerusalem, Israel
A laboratory technician works during a demonstration in Jerusalem
A laboratory technician works during a demonstration for Reuters, revealing part of a technology by Betalin Therapeutics, who say they developed an artificial biological pancreas that can be implanted in diabetics and render daily insulin injections unnecessary, at Hadassah Ein Kerem Hospital, in Jerusalem September 14, 2020. Picture taken September 14, 2020. REUTERS/Ammar Awad
HEALTH-DIABETES/IPO
RTX7VVN2
September 16, 2020
A laboratory technician works during a demonstration for Reuters, revealing part of a technology by Betalin...
Jerusalem, Israel
A laboratory technician works during a demonstration in Jerusalem
A laboratory technician works during a demonstration for Reuters, revealing part of a technology by Betalin Therapeutics, who say they developed an artificial biological pancreas that can be implanted in diabetics and render daily insulin injections unnecessary, at Hadassah Ein Kerem Hospital, in Jerusalem September 14, 2020. Picture taken September 14, 2020. REUTERS/Ammar Awad
HEALTH-DIABETES/IPO
RTX7VVN1
September 16, 2020
A laboratory technician works during a demonstration for Reuters, revealing part of a technology by Betalin...
Jerusalem, Israel
A laboratory technician works during a demonstration in Jerusalem
A laboratory technician works during a demonstration for Reuters, revealing part of a technology by Betalin Therapeutics, who say they developed an artificial biological pancreas that can be implanted in diabetics and render daily insulin injections unnecessary, at Hadassah Ein Kerem Hospital, in Jerusalem September 14, 2020. Picture taken September 14, 2020. REUTERS/Ammar Awad
HEALTH-DIABETES/IPO
RTX7VVN0
September 16, 2020
A laboratory technician works during a demonstration for Reuters, revealing part of a technology by Betalin...
Jerusalem, Israel
A laboratory technician works during a demonstration in Jerusalem
A laboratory technician works during a demonstration for Reuters, revealing part of a technology by Betalin Therapeutics, who say they developed an artificial biological pancreas that can be implanted in diabetics and render daily insulin injections unnecessary, at Hadassah Ein Kerem Hospital, in Jerusalem September 14, 2020. Picture taken September 14, 2020. REUTERS/Ammar Awad
HEALTH-DIABETES/IPO
RTX7VVMV
September 16, 2020
A laboratory technician works during a demonstration for Reuters, revealing part of a technology by Betalin...
Jerusalem, Israel
A laboratory technician works during a demonstration in Jerusalem
A laboratory technician works during a demonstration for Reuters, revealing part of a technology by Betalin Therapeutics, who say they developed an artificial biological pancreas that can be implanted in diabetics and render daily insulin injections unnecessary, at Hadassah Ein Kerem Hospital, in Jerusalem September 14, 2020. Picture taken September 14, 2020. REUTERS/Ammar Awad
HEALTH-DIABETES/IPO
RTX7VVMT
September 16, 2020
A laboratory technician works during a demonstration for Reuters, revealing part of a technology by Betalin...
Jerusalem, Israel
A laboratory technician works during a demonstration in Jerusalem
A laboratory technician works during a demonstration for Reuters, revealing part of a technology by Betalin Therapeutics, who say they developed an artificial biological pancreas that can be implanted in diabetics and render daily insulin injections unnecessary, at Hadassah Ein Kerem Hospital, in Jerusalem September 14, 2020. Picture taken September 14, 2020. REUTERS/Ammar Awad
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DIABETES/
RTR2UOLO
December 01, 2011
Ed Damiano (R) watches his 12 year-old son David, who was diagnosed with type 1 diabetes when he was...
Acton, UNITED STATES
To match Insight DIABETES/
Ed Damiano (R) watches his 12 year-old son David, who was diagnosed with type 1 diabetes when he was 11 months old, climb the swingset in the family's backyard in Acton, Massachusetts July 23, 2011. Damiano is working on a bionic pancreas that will automatically control blood glucose in people with type 1 diabetes. That technology could make a major difference to the three million Americans with the disease who must vigilantly monitor their blood sugar, even at night, and risk deadly consequences if they fail to notice a dangerous change in time. A fresh confrontation is about to break open this week as the U.S. Food and Drug Administration lays out a path toward regulatory approval, expected as early as Thursday. To match Insight DIABETES/ Picture taken July 23, 2011. REUTERS/Brian Snyder (UNITED STATES - Tags: HEALTH SCIENCE TECHNOLOGY)
DIABETES/
RTR2UOLM
December 01, 2011
David Damiano, 12, who was diagnosed with type 1 diabetes when he was 11 months old, swims in the family's...
Acton, UNITED STATES
To match Insight DIABETES/
David Damiano, 12, who was diagnosed with type 1 diabetes when he was 11 months old, swims in the family's backyard pool in Acton, Massachusetts July 23, 2011. David's father Ed is working on a bionic pancreas that will automatically control blood glucose in people with type 1 diabetes. That technology could make a major difference to the three million Americans with the disease who must vigilantly monitor their blood sugar, even at night, and risk deadly consequences if they fail to notice a dangerous change in time. A fresh confrontation is about to break open this week as the U.S. Food and Drug Administration lays out a path toward regulatory approval, expected as early as Thursday. To match Insight DIABETES/ Picture taken July 23, 2011. REUTERS/Brian Snyder (UNITED STATES - Tags: HEALTH SCIENCE TECHNOLOGY)
DIABETES/
RTR2UOLJ
December 01, 2011
Ed Damiano uses an iPad in the family's kitchen in Acton, Massachusetts to remotely monitor the glucose...
Acton, UNITED STATES
To match Insight DIABETES/
Ed Damiano uses an iPad in the family's kitchen in Acton, Massachusetts to remotely monitor the glucose of a study subject in real time July 23, 2011. Damiano, whose 12 year-old son David was diagnosed with type 1 diabetes at 11 months old, is working on a bionic pancreas that will automatically control blood glucose in people with type 1 diabetes. That technology could make a major difference to the three million Americans with the disease who must vigilantly monitor their blood sugar, even at night, and risk deadly consequences if they fail to notice a dangerous change in time. A fresh confrontation is about to break open this week as the U.S. Food and Drug Administration lays out a path toward regulatory approval, expected as early as Thursday. To match Insight DIABETES/ Picture taken July 23, 2011. REUTERS/Brian Snyder (UNITED STATES - Tags: HEALTH SCIENCE TECHNOLOGY)
DIABETES/
RTR2UOLG
December 01, 2011
David Damiano, 12, who was diagnosed with type 1 diabetes when he was 11 months old, swims in the family's...
Acton, UNITED STATES
To match Insight DIABETES/
David Damiano, 12, who was diagnosed with type 1 diabetes when he was 11 months old, swims in the family's backyard pool in Acton, Massachusetts July 23, 2011. David's father Ed is working on a bionic pancreas that will automatically control blood glucose in people with type 1 diabetes. That technology could make a major difference to the three million Americans with the disease who must vigilantly monitor their blood sugar, even at night, and risk deadly consequences if they fail to notice a dangerous change in time. A fresh confrontation is about to break open this week as the U.S. Food and Drug Administration lays out a path toward regulatory approval, expected as early as Thursday. To match Insight DIABETES/ Picture taken July 23, 2011. REUTERS/Brian Snyder (UNITED STATES - Tags: HEALTH SCIENCE TECHNOLOGY)
DIABETES/
RTR2UOLE
December 01, 2011
Ed Damiano (front) checks the receiver for the Navigator glucose monitor worn by his 12 year-old son...
Acton, UNITED STATES
To match Insight DIABETES/
Ed Damiano (front) checks the receiver for the Navigator glucose monitor worn by his 12 year-old son David (rear), who was diagnosed with type 1 diabetes when he was 11 months old, in Acton, Massachusetts July 23, 2011. Damiano is working on a bionic pancreas that will automatically control blood glucose in people with type 1 diabetes. That technology could make a major difference to the three million Americans with the disease who must vigilantly monitor their blood sugar, even at night, and risk deadly consequences if they fail to notice a dangerous change in time. A fresh confrontation is about to break open this week as the U.S. Food and Drug Administration lays out a path toward regulatory approval, expected as early as Thursday. To match Insight DIABETES/ Picture taken July 23, 2011. REUTERS/Brian Snyder (UNITED STATES - Tags: HEALTH SCIENCE TECHNOLOGY)
DIABETES/
RTR2UOLB
December 01, 2011
David Damiano (R), 12, who was diagnosed with type 1 diabetes when he was 11 months old, pours himself...
Acton, UNITED STATES
To match Insight DIABETES/
David Damiano (R), 12, who was diagnosed with type 1 diabetes when he was 11 months old, pours himself a drink after his glucose levels dropped, in the kitchen with his mother Toby (L) in Acton, Massachusetts July 23, 2011. His father Ed, is working on a bionic pancreas that will automatically control blood glucose in people with type 1 diabetes. That technology could make a major difference to the three million Americans with the disease who must vigilantly monitor their blood sugar, even at night, and risk deadly consequences if they fail to notice a dangerous change in time. A fresh confrontation is about to break open this week as the U.S. Food and Drug Administration lays out a path toward regulatory approval, expected as early as Thursday. To match Insight DIABETES/ Picture taken July 23, 2011. REUTERS/Brian Snyder (UNITED STATES - Tags: HEALTH SCIENCE TECHNOLOGY)
DIABETES/
RTR2UOL8
December 01, 2011
Ed Damiano checks the receiver for the Navigator glucose monitor worn by his 12 year-old son David (rear),...
Acton, UNITED STATES
To match Insight DIABETES/
Ed Damiano checks the receiver for the Navigator glucose monitor worn by his 12 year-old son David (rear), who was diagnosed with type 1 diabetes when he was 11 months old, in Acton, Massachusetts July 23, 2011. Damiano is working on a bionic pancreas that will automatically control blood glucose in people with type 1 diabetes. That technology could make a major difference to the three million Americans with the disease who must vigilantly monitor their blood sugar, even at night, and risk deadly consequences if they fail to notice a dangerous change in time. A fresh confrontation is about to break open this week as the U.S. Food and Drug Administration lays out a path toward regulatory approval, expected as early as Thursday. To match Insight DIABETES/ Picture taken July 23, 2011. REUTERS/Brian Snyder (UNITED STATES - Tags: HEALTH SCIENCE TECHNOLOGY)
DIABETES/
RTR2UOL6
December 01, 2011
Ed Damiano pushes his son David on a swing in the family's backyard in Acton, Massachusetts July 23,...
Acton, UNITED STATES
To match Insight DIABETES/
Ed Damiano pushes his son David on a swing in the family's backyard in Acton, Massachusetts July 23, 2011. Damiano, whose 12-year-old son David was diagnosed with type 1 diabetes when he was 11 months old, is working on a bionic pancreas that will automatically control blood glucose in people with type 1 diabetes. That technology could make a major difference to the three million Americans with the disease who must vigilantly monitor their blood sugar, even at night, and risk deadly consequences if they fail to notice a dangerous change in time. A fresh confrontation is about to break open this week as the U.S. Food and Drug Administration lays out a path toward regulatory approval, expected as early as Thursday. To match Insight DIABETES/ Picture taken July 23, 2011. REUTERS/Brian Snyder (UNITED STATES - Tags: HEALTH SCIENCE TECHNOLOGY)
DIABETES/
RTR2UOL1
December 01, 2011
Dr. Steven Russell remotely checks the the glucose levels of a study subject in real time from his car...
Acton, UNITED STATES
To match Insight DIABETES/
Dr. Steven Russell remotely checks the the glucose levels of a study subject in real time from his car in Acton, Massachusetts, before heading to the hospital to meet the subject July 23, 2011. Dr. Russell is working with Ed Damiano, whose 12 year-old son David was diagnosed with type 1 diabetes when he was 11 months old, to develop a bionic pancreas that will automatically control blood glucose in people with type 1 diabetes. That technology could make a major difference to the three million Americans with the disease who must vigilantly monitor their blood sugar, even at night, and risk deadly consequences if they fail to notice a dangerous change in time. A fresh confrontation is about to break open this week as the U.S. Food and Drug Administration lays out a path toward regulatory approval, expected as early as Thursday. To match Insight DIABETES/ Picture taken July 23, 2011. REUTERS/Brian Snyder (UNITED STATES - Tags: HEALTH SCIENCE TECHNOLOGY)
DIABETES/
RTR2UOKY
December 01, 2011
Ed Damiano holds up the prototype for the portable monitor for a bionic pancreas at the family's home...
Acton, UNITED STATES
To match Analysis DIABETES/
Ed Damiano holds up the prototype for the portable monitor for a bionic pancreas at the family's home in Acton, Massachusetts, July 23, 2011. Damiano, whose 12 year-old son David (rear) was diagnosed with type 1 diabetes when he was 11 months old, is working on a bionic pancreas that will automatically control blood glucose in people with type 1 diabetes. That technology could make a major difference to the three million Americans with the disease who must vigilantly monitor their blood sugar, even at night, and risk deadly consequences if they fail to notice a dangerous change in time. A fresh confrontation is about to break open this week as the U.S. Food and Drug Administration lays out a path toward regulatory approval, expected as early as Thursday. To match Analysis DIABETES/ Picture taken July 23, 2011. REUTERS/Brian Snyder (UNITED STATES - Tags: HEALTH SCIENCE TECHNOLOGY)
DIABETES/
RTR2UOKX
December 01, 2011
David Damiano, 12, who was diagnosed with type 1 diabetes when he was 11 months old, plays on the swingset...
Acton, UNITED STATES
To match Insight DIABETES/
David Damiano, 12, who was diagnosed with type 1 diabetes when he was 11 months old, plays on the swingset in the family's backyard in Acton, Massachusetts July 23, 2011. David's father Ed Damiano is working on a bionic pancreas that will automatically control blood glucose in people with type 1 diabetes. That technology could make a major difference to the three million Americans with the disease who must vigilantly monitor their blood sugar, even at night, and risk deadly consequences if they fail to notice a dangerous change in time. A fresh confrontation is about to break open this week as the U.S. Food and Drug Administration lays out a path toward regulatory approval, expected as early as Thursday. To match Insight DIABETES/ Picture taken July 23, 2011. REUTERS/Brian Snyder (UNITED STATES - Tags: HEALTH SCIENCE TECHNOLOGY)
DIABETES/
RTR2UOKU
December 01, 2011
Ed Damiano points to the continuous glucose monitor on his son David's leg at the family's home in Acton,...
Acton, UNITED STATES
To match Insight DIABETES/
Ed Damiano points to the continuous glucose monitor on his son David's leg at the family's home in Acton, Massachusetts July 23, 2011. Damiano, whose 12 year-old son David was diagnosed with type 1 diabetes when he was 11 months-old, is working on a bionic pancreas that will automatically control blood glucose in people with type 1 diabetes. That technology could make a major difference to the three million Americans with the disease who must vigilantly monitor their blood sugar, even at night, and risk deadly consequences if they fail to notice a dangerous change in time. A fresh confrontation is about to break open this week as the U.S. Food and Drug Administration lays out a path toward regulatory approval, expected as early as Thursday. To match Insight DIABETES/ Picture taken July 23, 2011. REUTERS/Brian Snyder (UNITED STATES - Tags: HEALTH SCIENCE TECHNOLOGY)
DIABETES/
RTR2UOKS
December 01, 2011
Ed Damiano (R) shows the needle on the insulin infusion set which delivers insulin to his son, at the...
Acton, UNITED STATES
To match Insight DIABETES/
Ed Damiano (R) shows the needle on the insulin infusion set which delivers insulin to his son, at the family's home in Acton, Massachusetts July 23, 2011. Damiano, whose 12 year-old son David was diagnosed with type 1 diabetes when he was 11 months-old, is working on a bionic pancreas that will automatically control blood glucose in people with type 1 diabetes. That technology could make a major difference to the three million Americans with the disease who must vigilantly monitor their blood sugar, even at night, and risk deadly consequences if they fail to notice a dangerous change in time. A fresh confrontation is about to break open this week as the U.S. Food and Drug Administration lays out a path toward regulatory approval, expected as early as Thursday. To match Insight DIABETES/ Picture taken July 23, 2011. REUTERS/Brian Snyder (UNITED STATES - Tags: HEALTH SCIENCE TECHNOLOGY)
DIABETES/
RTR2UOKR
December 01, 2011
Ed Damiano (R) shows the insulin infusion set which delivers insulin to his son David, at the family's...
Acton, UNITED STATES
To match Insight DIABETES/
Ed Damiano (R) shows the insulin infusion set which delivers insulin to his son David, at the family's home in Acton, Massachusetts July 23, 2011. Damiano, whose 12-year-old son David was diagnosed with type 1 diabetes when he was 11 months-old, is working on a bionic pancreas that will automatically control blood glucose in people with type 1 diabetes. That technology could make a major difference to the three million Americans with the disease who must vigilantly monitor their blood sugar, even at night, and risk deadly consequences if they fail to notice a dangerous change in time. A fresh confrontation is about to break open this week as the U.S. Food and Drug Administration lays out a path toward regulatory approval, expected as early as Thursday. Picture taken July 23, 2011. To match Insight DIABETES/ REUTERS/Brian Snyder (UNITED STATES - Tags: HEALTH SCIENCE TECHNOLOGY)
RTR2S9TU
October 06, 2011
APPLE-JOBS/PANCREAS - Diagram and factbox on the pancreas and pancreatic cancer. (SIN03)
APPLE-JOBS/PANCREAS C
APPLE-JOBS/PANCREAS - Diagram and factbox on the pancreas and pancreatic cancer. (SIN03)
RTR2S9TT
October 06, 2011
APPLE-JOBS/PANCREAS - Diagram and factbox on the pancreas and pancreatic cancer. (SIN03)
US
APPLE-JOBS/PANCREAS
APPLE-JOBS/PANCREAS - Diagram and factbox on the pancreas and pancreatic cancer. (SIN03)
RTXROBO
July 14, 2009
KOREA-NORTH/PANCREAS - Illustrated factbox on the pancreas and pancreatic cancer. RNGS. (SIN03)
KOREA-NORTH/PANCREAS T
KOREA-NORTH/PANCREAS - Illustrated factbox on the pancreas and pancreatic cancer. RNGS. (SIN03)
FRANCE/
RTR1Z28A
April 03, 2008
French surgeon performs an operation to fit a prosthesis onto a pancreas tumour to facilitate circulation...
Marseille, France
A French doctor fits a prosthesis onto a pancreas tumour to facilitate circulation in the biliary tract...
French surgeon performs an operation to fit a prosthesis onto a pancreas tumour to facilitate circulation in the biliary tract on a patient in an operating room at the Ambroise Pare hospital in Marseille, southern France March 25, 2008. REUTERS/Jean-Paul Pelissier (FRANCE)
FRANCE/
RTR1Z282
April 03, 2008
French surgeon performs an operation to fit a prosthesis onto a pancreas tumour to facilitate circulation...
Marseille, France
A French doctor fits a prosthesis onto a pancreas tumour to facilitate circulation in the biliary tract...
French surgeon performs an operation to fit a prosthesis onto a pancreas tumour to facilitate circulation in the biliary tract on a patient in an operating room at the Ambroise Pare hospital in Marseille, southern France March 25, 2008. REUTERS/Jean-Paul Pelissier (FRANCE)
FRANCE/
RTR1Z27Y
April 03, 2008
French surgeon performs an operation to fit a prosthesis onto a pancreas tumour to facilitate circulation...
Marseille, France
A French doctor fits a prosthesis onto a pancreas tumour to facilitate circulation in the biliary tract...
French surgeon performs an operation to fit a prosthesis onto a pancreas tumour to facilitate circulation in the biliary tract on a patient in an operating room at the Ambroise Pare hospital in Marseille, southern France March 25, 2008. REUTERS/Jean-Paul Pelissier (FRANCE)
FRANCE/
RTR1Z27S
April 03, 2008
French surgeon performs an operation to fit a prosthesis onto a pancreas tumour to facilitate circulation...
Marseille, France
A French doctor fits a prosthesis onto a pancreas tumour to facilitate circulation in the biliary tract...
French surgeon performs an operation to fit a prosthesis onto a pancreas tumour to facilitate circulation in the biliary tract on a patient in an operating room at the Ambroise Pare hospital in Marseille, southern France March 25, 2008. REUTERS/Jean-Paul Pelissier (FRANCE)
CANCER-SURGERY/
RTR1YPUW
March 24, 2008
Brooke Zepp (R) describes her surgery next to Dr. Tomoaki Kato at a news conference on the unprecedented...
Miami, UNITED STATES
Brooke Zepp describes her surgery at news conference in Miami
Brooke Zepp (R) describes her surgery next to Dr. Tomoaki Kato at a news conference on the unprecedented surgery she underwent weeks ago to remove a cancerous tumor at the University of Miami/Jackson Memorial Medical Center in Miami March 24, 2008. Kato and a team of doctors had to remove Zepp's stomach, pancreas, spleen, liver and large and small intestines to remove the cancerous tumor. REUTERS/Joe Skipper (UNITED STATES)
CANCER-SURGERY/
RTR1YPUT
March 24, 2008
Dr. Tomoaki Kato explains a video of the surgery he performed on Brooke Zepp (R) at a news conference...
Miami, UNITED STATES
Dr. Tomoaki Kato explains a video of surgery he performed on Brooke Zepp at a news conference in Miami...
Dr. Tomoaki Kato explains a video of the surgery he performed on Brooke Zepp (R) at a news conference on the unprecedented surgery she underwent weeks ago to remove a cancerous tumor at the University of Miami/Jackson Memorial Medical Center in Miami March 24, 2008. Kato and a team of doctors had to remove Zepp's stomach, pancreas, spleen, liver and large and small intestines to remove the cancerous tumor. REUTERS/Joe Skipper (UNITED STATES)
CANCER-SURGERY/
RTR1YPUS
March 24, 2008
Dr. Tomoaki Kato (C), Dr. Andreas Tzakis (R) and Brooke Zepp (L) look at a video of the surgery they...
Miami, UNITED STATES
Dr. Tomoaki Kato, Dr. Andreas Tzakis and Brooke Zepp look at a video of the surgery they performed on...
Dr. Tomoaki Kato (C), Dr. Andreas Tzakis (R) and Brooke Zepp (L) look at a video of the surgery they performed on Zepp at a news conference on the unprecedented surgery she underwent weeks ago to remove a cancerous tumor at the University of Miami/Jackson Memorial Medical Center in Miami March 24, 2008. Kato and a team of doctors had to remove Zepp's stomach, pancreas, spleen, liver and large and small intestines to remove the cancerous tumor. REUTERS/Joe Skipper (UNITED STATES)
CANCER-SURGERY/
RTR1YPUR
March 24, 2008
Brooke Zepp (R) and Dr. Tomoaki Kato speak at a news conference on the unprecedented surgery she underwent...
Miami, UNITED STATES
Brooke Zepp and Dr. Tomoaki Kato speaks at a news conference in Miami
Brooke Zepp (R) and Dr. Tomoaki Kato speak at a news conference on the unprecedented surgery she underwent weeks ago to remove a cancerous tumor at the University of Miami/Jackson Memorial Medical Center in Miami March 24, 2008. Kato and a team of doctors had to remove her stomach, pancreas, spleen, liver and large and small intestines to remove the cancerous tumor. REUTERS/Joe Skipper (UNITED STATES)
CANCER-SURGERY/
RTR1YPUN
March 24, 2008
Brooke Zepp (R) shows pictures of her family to Dr. Tomoaki Kato at a news conference on the unprecedented...
Miami, UNITED STATES
Brooke Zepp shows pictures of her family to Dr. Tomoaki Kato at a news conference in Miami
Brooke Zepp (R) shows pictures of her family to Dr. Tomoaki Kato at a news conference on the unprecedented surgery she underwent weeks ago to remove a cancerous tumor at the University of Miami/Jackson Memorial Medical Center in Miami March 24, 2008. Kato and a team of doctors had to remove her stomach, pancreas, spleen, liver and large and small intestines to remove the cancerous tumor. REUTERS/Joe Skipper (UNITED STATES)
CANCER-SURGERY/
RTR1YPUM
March 24, 2008
Brooke Zepp speaks at a news conference about the unprecedented surgery she underwent weeks ago to remove...
Miami, UNITED STATES
Brooke Zepp speaks at a news conference about the unprecedented surgery she underwent weeks ago to remove...
Brooke Zepp speaks at a news conference about the unprecedented surgery she underwent weeks ago to remove a cancerous tumor at the University of Miami/Jackson Memorial Medical Center in Miami March 24, 2008. A team of doctors had to remove her stomach, pancreas, spleen, liver and large and small intestines to remove the cancerous tumor. REUTERS/Joe Skipper (UNITED STATES)
MONACO
RTXND7D
April 08, 2005
A policeman stands guard at the entrance of Princess Grace hospital in Monaco April 8, 2005 where Prince...
Monte Carlo, Monaco
A policeman stands guard at the entrance of Princess Grace hospital in Monaco April 8, 2005 where Pr.....
A policeman stands guard at the entrance of Princess Grace hospital in Monaco April 8, 2005 where Prince Ernst August of Hanover, [the husband of Princess Caroline of Monaco, has been admitted. Prince Ernst August of Hanover slipped into a coma on Tuesday, a few hours before the tiny Mediterranean state's sovereign ruler Prince Rainier died, palace sources said on Friday.] Prince Ernst August of Hanover was admitted to a Monaco hospital with pancreas pains on Monday and has been in a coma since Tuesday evening, the sources said.
MONACO HANOVER
RTR7IYK
April 08, 2005
A policeman stands guard at the entrance of Princess Grace hospital in Monaco April 8, 2005 where Prince...
Monte Carlo, Monaco
A policeman stands guard at the entrance of Princess Grace hospital in Monaco.
A policeman stands guard at the entrance of Princess Grace hospital in Monaco April 8, 2005 where Prince Ernst August of Hanover, the husband of Princess Caroline of Monaco, has been admitted. Prince Ernst August of Hanover slipped into a coma on Tuesday, a few hours before the tiny Mediterranean state's sovereign ruler Prince Rainier died, palace sources said on Friday. Prince Ernst August of Hanover was admitted to a Monaco hospital with pancreas pains on Monday and has been in a coma since Tuesday evening, the sources said. REUTERS/Eric Gaillard EG/JJ
ASHCROFT
RTRECJP
March 05, 2004
U.S. Attorney General John Ashcroft has been admitted to intensive care at a local hospital because of...
New York, United States of America
FILE PHOTO OF U.S. ATTORNEY GENERAL JOHN ASHCROFT.
U.S. Attorney General John Ashcroft has been admitted to intensive care at a local hospital because of problems with his pancreas, the Justice Department said on March 5, 2004. Ashcroft, 61, was suffering from a 'severe case of gallstone pancreatitis' according to a department spokesman. Ashcroft is shown at a March 2 news conference. REUTERS/Jeff Christensen JC/JDP/HK
COLOMBIA TWINS
RTR89CA
September 14, 2000
A doctor shows an X-ray of Colombian siamese twins in the city of Medellin, September 14, 2000. An infant...
Bogota, Colombia
DOCTOR SHOWS AN X-RAY OF COLOMBIAN SIAMESE TWINS IN MEDELLIN.
A doctor shows an X-ray of Colombian siamese twins in the city of Medellin, September 14, 2000. An infant Colombian Siamese twin died early on Thursday, less than 24 hours after doctors separated her from her sister in a risky and complicated operation. Doctors at the state-run Leon XIII hospital said the baby, who was less than a week old, died of respiratory failure after a 16-1/2 hour operation that began on Tuesday afternoon to separate her from the sister with whom she shared a liver, part of her intestines and pancreas.

EA/RCS
CANAL
RTXIBTS
May 19, 1998
With his wife Lori (R) and 11-year-old daugher Becky by his side, Victor Canal speaks with the media...
With his wife Lori (R) and 11-year-old daugher Becky by his side, Victor Canal speaks with the media.....
With his wife Lori (R) and 11-year-old daugher Becky by his side, Victor Canal speaks with the media May 18, three days after his 13-year-old son Daniel Canal was the recipient of a four organ transplant at Jackson Memorial Hospital in Miami. After a five year odyssey to three states in search of suitable transplant organs for their ailing son, who received a new liver, small intestine, stomach and pancreas, Victor and Lori Canal said they were happy to hear him griping.
RTRE660
May 19, 1998
With his wife Lori (R) and 11-year-old daugher Becky by his side, Victor Canal speaks with the media...
multiple countries
PARENTS AND SISTER OF FOUR ORGAN TRANSPLANT RECIPIENT SPEAK TO MEDIA.
With his wife Lori (R) and 11-year-old daugher Becky by his side, Victor Canal speaks with the media May 18, three days after his 13-year-old son Daniel Canal was the recipient of a four organ transplant at Jackson Memorial Hospital in Miami. After a five year odyssey to three states in search of suitable transplant organs for their ailing son, who received a new liver, small intestine, stomach and pancreas, Victor and Lori Canal said they were happy to hear him griping.

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