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NEW YORK - Vincent Liew waited five years for the kidney that was supposed to change his life. Instead, the organ ended it.
The kidney came from a woman who had uterine cancer, but she and doctors didn't know it. Once her disease was discovered after the transplant, Liew's doctors highly doubted it could spread to him.
But in seven months, Liew was killed by cancer that his autopsy linked to the transplant.
Originally posted by marg6043
reply to post by Aresh Troxit
Yes you are right, my daughter did research on stem cells and how they mold to body parts and multiply.
But the technology is new, is still in testing and only those with big money outside the US can get the newest and best treatment.