Surgeon in groundbreaking transplant is remembered

11/27/2012 | New York Times (tiered subscription model), The

Dr. Joseph E. Murray, who in 1954 conducted the first successful transplant of a human organ, has died of complications after a stroke. Murray's pioneering kidney transplant involved 23-year-old twins, and he later developed methods used in tens of thousands of organ transplants.

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