Friday, March 13, 2015

SOUTH AFRICA - New penis recipient 'very excited' after S. Africa performs world's 1st successful transplant

South African doctors have transplanted a “fully-functioning” penis to a victim of a botched circumcision after a nine-hour surgery. The only other such procedure in 2006 ended in failure.The surgery was performed in December by a team from the University of Stellenbosch at Cape Town’s Tyberberg Hospital, on a 21-year-old man whose name has not been revealed for “ethical reasons.”
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INC News, 13/03/2015 - via RT

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A van carrying radioactive isotope Iridium-192 has crashed in north Bosnia, local media reported. The vehicle ran off the road after colliding with a car. 
The police blocked the area around the crash site. Bosnia’s nuclear safety agency reported that no radiation leak had been detected.
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