January 23, 2022

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After the pig-to-human heart transplant, the FDA, clinicians and insurers have some catching up to do

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On Jan. 7, David Bennett, a 57-year-old man with end-stage heart disease, received a heart from a genetically modified pig at the University of Maryland Medical Center. The pig had 10 genetic alterations: one was designed to prevent the recipient’s body from rejecting the pig heart, another aimed to keep the pig’s heart from growing post-transplant. So far, this remarkable transplant has been a success.

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