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Other isolated experiments on human recipients followed in the next two decades using kidneys of goat, monkey and lamb, but these early attempts left the patients dead within days. The Russian surgeon Yu Yu Voronoy dared to abandon animals in favour of a human cadaver in 1936. He did not consider it ethically acceptable to take from a living donor, and so transplanted a dead man’s kidney into a 26-year-old woman. 58 Human transplantation did not properly commence until researchers had a greater understanding of how and why organs were rejected when grafted into a foreign body.
There is a long, complex history of information exchange between doctors and publics, including public demonstrations, lectures and autopsies, anatomy museums and hygiene exhibitions, but it was in the nineteenth century that medical information proliferated to far wider audiences. This followed a huge growth in the general press as well as the foundation of more permanent and distinct types of medical journals. 1 By 1860, following developments in telegraphy and photography, the formation of commercial news agencies, abolition of stamp duties and advertising taxes, reducing government control over newspapers, the concept of ‘journalism’ had been created.
The main burden of responsibility, it said, rested on the senior surgeon, Mr Donald Ross, who was abroad and not due to return until Christmas. 149 Longmore was persevering with trying to enrol another surgeon into the team. ’ Concerns were again raised about the ultimate damage to the reputation of the hospital, and that the long-term implications had not been adequately considered: ‘I cannot help feeling that they have been shelved in the interests of “getting there ﬁrst” ’. The longest animal transplant survival time had been only nine hours, far worse than Shumway’s results.
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