Thursday, April 13, 2006

Read this and TELL ME science fiction isn't here today.

BRITISH doctors have revived a 12-year-old girl's dormant heart and removed a donor heart which she had started to reject, hospital officials said late today.
Hannah had enjoyed good health until November when a cardiologist found during a routine examination that her body was rejecting the organ which Sir Yacoub had transplanted 10 years ago in a life-saving operation.
"We are delighted that Hannah is doing so well," said a spokesman for the cardiac team at Great Street Ormond Hospital.
Call it the Singularity, call it Sci-Fi, call it God sending Monkeys down on a rope to fill our heads with the blessings of biology... but whatever it is, call it Good.

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