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Dr. Leonard Bailey, Who Gave a Baby a Baboon’s Heart, Dies at 76

The case of Baby Fae, the recipient of Dr. Bailey’s experimental transplant in 1984, generated worldwide headlines — along with criticism, demonstrations and threats.

Dr. Leonard Bailey, Who Gave a Baby a Baboon’s Heart, Dies at 76

The case of Baby Fae, the recipient of Dr. Bailey’s experimental transplant in 1984, generated worldwide headlines — along with criticism, demonstrations and threats.

Dr. Leonard Bailey, Who Gave a Baby a Baboon’s Heart, Dies at 76

The case of Baby Fae, the recipient of Dr. Bailey’s experimental transplant in 1984, generated worldwide headlines — along with criticism, demonstrations and threats.

Dr. Leonard Bailey, Who Gave a Baby a Baboon’s Heart, Dies at 76

The case of Baby Fae, the recipient of Dr. Bailey’s experimental transplant in 1984, generated worldwide headlines — along with criticism, demonstrations and threats.
11,000 Americans Will Die Waiting for Transplants This Year

11,000 Americans Will Die Waiting for Transplants This Year

People on the organ wait list say it’s time for the government to step in.
Trump Proposes Ways to Improve Care for Kidney Disease and Increase Transplants

Trump Proposes Ways to Improve Care for Kidney Disease and Increase Transplants

The administration set ambitious goals to move people out of traditional dialysis and to encourage organ donations.
Trump Proposes Ways to Improve Care for Kidney Disease and Increase Transplants

Trump Proposes Ways to Improve Care for Kidney Disease and Increase Transplants

The administration set ambitious goals to move people out of traditional dialysis and to encourage organ donations.
Trump Proposes Ways to Improve Care for Kidney Disease

Trump Proposes Ways to Improve Care for Kidney Disease

The administration set ambitious goals to move people out of traditional dialysis and to encourage more organ transplants.
The Promise and Price of Cellular Therapies

The Promise and Price of Cellular Therapies

New “living drugs”—made from a patient’s own cells—can cure once incurable cancers, Siddhartha Mukherjee writes. But can we afford them?