Pig Hearts Provide Long-Term Cardiac Function in Baboons
Pig Hearts Provide Long-Term Cardiac Function in Baboons
Primates receiving heart transplants from genetically engineered pigs have survived more than six months, a new study reveals.
Pig Hearts Provide Long-Term Cardiac Function in Baboons
Pig Hearts Provide Long-Term Cardiac Function in Baboons

Primates receiving heart transplants from genetically engineered pigs have survived more than six months, a new study reveals.

Primates receiving heart transplants from genetically engineered pigs have survived more than six months, a new study reveals.

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