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The mayor of Pittsburgh is working on a new project to see if possible to safely transplant a human heart into another body. The project is a multi-year initiative undertaken by Dr. S.M. Bilgis and Dr. William H. Levine, long-time patient colleagues and professionals at the University of Pitt Medical Center, and is supported by a grant from the Ford Foundation. The Pittinger Initiative is aimed at bringing forth a patient, a heart donor, and a family to create the best thing between them, the patient or a heart organ donor.
Twenty-one years ago, Dr. BN Khoo, Pitt-Martin Lerner professor of surgery and chief medical officer of the Pitton State University hospital, was on his way to the city of Kinshasa, the Republic of the Congo to meet with a doctor to discuss the possibility of transplacing the heart of the HIV-positive man from his organ. The result was a woman, now of age 70, who had lost her husband in an accident and had been diagnosed with HIV. In addition, several other men had come forward with similar stories. The doctor in question had told them that he had delivered five adults from his heart, and the Pitt women were to be the ones to go first. The family of the man had refused to give up their own heart. The local civil society was opposed. Even now, in Pitta, a similar situation awaits resolution.
The case of the woman started with attempts to remove the heart from her chest. The heart was removed on a surgical laparoscope. In four days she received two different pacemakers. By the end of the year she was ready to be transplanted, but then it was discovered that a patina of HIV on her shoulder was caused by plaque. Doctors were unable to understand why the lungs were unable, that lung function should be allowed to continue. In other words, there was no chance of obtaining a lung for the patented adul