How we learned to keep organs alive outside the body: a horrible history

Grisly early experiments laid the foundation of our understanding of how to keep organs 'alive' in isolation.

Sarah Hosgood, Senior Research Associate in Surgery, University of Cambridge • conversation
March 11, 2020 ~8 min

Tags:  history-of-medicine  medicine  surgery  organ-transplant  interdisciplinarity  blood  french-revolution

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