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Last month we (The Sun) launched the competition asking readers to send us a picture representing how medical science has transformed their life. Rupert Hitchcox's image was crowned winner by the judging panel. It shows in incredible detail the machine implanted in his brain that surgeons control wirelessly to keep him alive.
Hydrocephalus-sufferer Rupert Hitchcox, 38, from London has had a staggering 28 operations on his head.Now, this electronic device means his condition, otherwise known as water on the brain, doesn't require complex surgery.
Originally posted by anon72
reply to post by TortoiseKweek
Maybe because the whole world DOESN'T partake of April Fools. Google/Bing it and see for your self. Just found out this stuff was going on in early 2009. Don't take my word(s).
Check for yourself. I dare you. If Im correct...? hmmm.
edit for spelling
[edit on 4/1/2010 by anon72]