Turkey's quadruple limb transplant fails
(AFP) – 3 hours ago
ANKARA — Turkish surgeons removed both arms and legs from a patient who underwent what was touted as the world's first quadruple limb transplant due to metabolic complications, the hospital said on Monday.
Fifty-two doctors from Ankara's Hacettepe University Hospital performed the transplant on Friday, attaching two arms and two legs to Sevket Cavdar.
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