Pioneering South African heart surgeon Christiaan Barnard (left), who performed the world's first human heart
transplant in 1967, died yesterday while on holiday in Cyprus, officials said.
He has a wide variety of wonderful accents, a body that morphs in a moment from gym boy to middle-aged man, perfect comic timing, and compassion for the fragility of the human heart
The problem in the human heart
must first be solved.
A dozen years after his death the mid-20th century novelist who tracked the wanderings of the human heart
through the borderlands of colonialism, communism, and Catholicism is Tinseltown's new wunderkind.
If the same processes cause human heart
failure, the work has clear clinical implications, Schaffer contends.
Concluding, the Holy Father complimented the members of the Academy for "bringing Christian enlightenment to those areas of modern social life where confusion about essentials often obscures and suffocates the lofty ideals planted in the human heart
The baby was going to die anyway, it was a heroic attempt to save life, or at least prolong it until a human heart
The company says its patented process which was developed by its scientists over an 8 year period, enables the depopulation of donor human heart
valve cells leaving a collagen matrix that has the normal functionality of a human heart
Both require a miracle of grace in the human heart
He got off the list when he received a human heart
While the structure of the human heart
has been known for a long time, the evolutionary origin of our conduction system has nevertheless remained a mystery.
And Ellison's bailiwick is not so much science as it is the territory that William Faulkner referred to as central to all serious storytelling: "The human heart
in conflict with itself.