The American patient was given a pig’s heart but what is the role of a Pakistani doctor in this?

The American patient was given a pig's heart but what is the role of a Pakistani doctor in this


NEW YORK (Monitoring Desk) – Pakistani-American Dr. Mansoor Mohi-ud-Din, along with a team of American doctors, performed the feat of implanting a pig’s heart in a human. 

According to the Hindustan Times, the pig’s heart was genetically modified and implanted in a 57-year-old patient, David Bennett.

Through the efforts of Dr. Mansour and a team of experts from the University of Maryland Medical Center, David Bennett has become the first person to implant a genetically modified pig. Dr. Mansoor Mohi-ud-Din hails from Karachi and is a graduate of Dr. University of Health Sciences.

After this revolutionary success, Dr. Mansoor said, We have been working on this project for many years, in which we have finally succeeded. The success of this operation will go a long way in improving the way human lives are saved in the future. 

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