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Chris Barnard

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Christiaan Neethling Barnard November 1922 – 2 September was a South African cardiac surgeon who performed the world's first successful human-to-human heart transplant. Christiaan Barnard, Pseudo Science, People Of Interest, Human Heart, Influential People, First Humans, Medical History, Portraits, Interesting History

Christiaan Barnard - Wikipedia

This is Dr. Christian Barnard. He performed the world's first human heart…

historicaltimes: In 1966 the young Christiaan Barnard performs a heart transplant operation on a dog to prove that heart transplantation is possible. One year later he will successfully transplant a human heart for the first time in human history. Christiaan Barnard, Heart Transplantation, Human Heart, African History, Animal Quotes, First World, The One, First Time, South Africa

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First human heart transplant. Christiaan Barnard is shown after performing the first human heart transplant on patient Louis Washkansky on December in Cape Town, South Africa. Christiaan Barnard, Today In History, Frozen In Time, Human Heart, First Humans, My Land, Popular Music, Popular Culture, South Africa

60 of the Most Iconic Moments of the 1960s

Sex, drugs and rock 'n' roll defined the 1960s. But the decade was also a time of pivotal change — politically, socially and technologically. Check out 60 of the most iconic moments of the decade. 1. The 'Greensboro Four.' On February 1, 1960, four African-American college students made history just by sitting down at a whites-only lunch counter at a Woolworth's in Greensboro, North Carolina. Service never came for the "Greensboro Four," as they came to be known, and their peaceful…

The original of this image is part of the Stanford University Medical Center Records (MSS at the Stanford Medical History Center. Heart Transplantation, Christiaan Barnard, Stanford University, Medical History, Medical Center, Old Friends, My Childhood, Couple Photos, Image

Christiaan Neethling Barnard (1922-2001) with D.E. Wall and unidentified persons

The original of this image is part of the Stanford University Medical Center Records (MSS 101) at the Stanford Medical History Center. For more information, please contact us.