X-Message-Number: 18405
Date: Thu, 24 Jan 2002 12:20:27 -0800 (PST)
From: jeff davis <>
Subject: Re: #18401: First thawed transplant success 

Thanks for the post, Jan.  It's very good news indeed.
 The first success--seemingly the hardest--is followed
by the second, which validates the claim.  Number
three commences the development a statistical data
set, then there are improvements, then other organs,
then larger organs, then the religious right complains
that we're evil for thwarting God's plan.  At which
point we have a party to celebrate our long awaited

We can call it the Die-O summit. (Whoops! Sorry.)

In Jan's post we find the following:

"Gosden's team soaked fresh rat ovaries, with their
fallopian tubes attached, in a protective solution."

A protective solution!!!??  Now there's truth in
advertising if I ever heard it.  I expect I'm not the
only one who wants more info--something a bit more
"detailed"--about this "protective solution".

I Googled around, but couldn't find the source of the
article.  Jan, could you help out with a link?

Best, Jeff Davis

 "Everything's hard till you know how to do it."
                       Ray Charles


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