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In this photo provided by the Herrick familly, Ron Herrick pushes his twin brother, Richard, in a wheel chair, Jan. 30, 1955, as they leave Peter Bent Brigham Hospital in Boston, Mass., following the first sucessful organ transplant. Ron donated a kidney to Richard who suffered from chronic nephritis, an inflamation of the kidneys. More than 400,000 transplants have been performed in the United States since the first successful one 50-years ago, when Ronald Herrick wasn't thinking about making medical history that would one day lead to saving countless lives, he just wanted to save one life, his brother's.(AP Photo)
AP HDD 2
2011-01-17
ASSOCIATED PRESS/East News
Associated Press
584672
0,55MB
13cm x 17cm by 300dpi
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