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The World’s First Transplanted Pig Heart Was a Success

But was it vegan?

Photo by Diego San on Unsplash

You can always trust me to write entire articles answering the questions that nobody asks.

If you’ve been following the news from the wacky world of medicine, you’ll know that just this week, an American man by the name of David Bennett received the world’s first pig heart in lieu of a human heart.




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Rory Cockshaw

Rory Cockshaw

I write about science, philosophy, and society. Occasionally whatever else takes my fancy. Student @ University of Cambridge, Yale Bioethics alum.

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