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New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - November 18, 1984, New Braunfels, Texas Debate begins on Baby Fae case 7A AP Baby Faes struggle for life with a tran splanted baboons heart is but her death opens a period of analysis by scientists who ask whether the knowledge gained from her 21 extra days of life was worth the cost and whether the operation should be done Does the likelihood of ac complishing good justify the suf fering involved in this kind of situation suffering by the baby and suffering by the parents asked Antonio who last week ended his term as president of the American Heart The thing to do at this time is to very carefully analyze what took place with this Gotto Leonard the surgeon who performed the transplant 26 at Loma Linda University Medical said Friday that it opened new vistas of hope for the one in every children born with hypoplastic left heart the fatal underdeveJopment suffered by Baby Most of those children die because infant human heart donors are Despite Baby Faes death Thur sday Bailey said he learned much about combating the bodys efforts to reject foreign tissue and hopes to perform more baboonto human transplants after other scientists review his I still think the transplant method may have some 1 dont think one can determine that said chairman of in ternal medicine at Baylor College of Medicine and Methodist Hospital in There should be a review of what weve learned with Baby Fae and then a decision made whether to do more of Critics point out that Bailey had previously done only animalto animal transplants and that the longestsurviving recipient a goat with a lambs heart lived less than six Bioethicist Ronald a critic of Baby Faes transplant from the said that because of societys desire to aid desperately ill we are often swept up in the excitement of new experimental We have to take a step back and look at the conditions under which the research was done and be very clear that the advance of science and knowledge is not the only said who works at The Hastings Center in Hastingson The preservation of human dignity and the avoidance of 2 killed in Mexico fire MEXICO CITY AP Two people were killed and 40 injured in a fire that destroyed a grain storage facility of the national foodstuffs the police department Another person was missing after the blaze in a sector of the Mexico City metropolitan area in the state of a police statement The started by a spark from oxygenacetylene soldering equip burned an undetermined quantity of wheat and the statement There was no immediate estimate of Comparing hearts Baboon Carries fresh blood to upper body arch Human Carried oxygenrich blood to arms Aortic arch arterftt Chicago Major difference Baboon has 2 arteries branching oft the aortic Humans have 3 such although some people are born with only Aorta Pulmonary artery Right atrium Left atrium Right ventricle Left ventricle iC Sources Handbook 0 Primatology The Human Body Thfe news reports unnecessary suffering also are important Baby whose real name was not made public at her parents died after her kidneys and then the walnutsized baboon heart failed following a weeklong battle in which her immune systeiB tried to reject the animal The born 14 in lived 2 weeks longer than any of the previous three human recipients of animal heart Gotto and other doctors called the transplant a given new knowledge about the immune system and the advent of a potent antirejection THE BUZZARD RENTS RENT TO OWN NO CREDIT HASSLE RENTAL 553 81 Niw Bruafils 6291303 Stepdaughter receives photo of Sakharov AP fhe stepdaughter of Soviet dissident Andrei Sakharov said Saturday she has received a photo of her mother and the Nobel Prize winner along with a note saying it was sent to convince you at last that we are 1 think it is a real picture of Tatiana Yankelevich It doesnt seem to be Yankelevich said the photo was the first she has received from her Yelena since and offers proof that she has been reunited with its a relief to see them but the picture doesnt tell us much and the note doesnt tell us about what their state of health is and what their living conditions she Yankelevich said thefe was a penciled note on the back of the picture This is fof all of you and first of all for to convince you at last that we are The picture was taken on Bonners lives with the Yankelevich family in a suburb of In a separate Bonner she and her husband were leading a quiet life and that Sakharov spends a little bit of time at his who led the Soviet Unions development of the hydrogen was exiled to the city of Gorky in 1980 for his criticism of the Soviet invasion of the Fresh Start OVER ROLLS IN STOCK QUALITY PATTERNS CLOTH CLOTH OUT WALLPAPER 143 Walnut Hew Iniinftta MS 0233477 Clean Drivers Save n on Auto Insurance at COMALTEX THE INSURANCE PEOPLE YOU HATE LESS INSURANCE fAttrfdiyf TO 7W THE SAFECO PINK PANTHERS HELP SMART PEOPLE SAVE MONEY
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