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Pioneering surgeon Sir Roy Calne who carried out Europe's first liver transplant dies

  • Roy Calne, a pioneer of organ transplantation, died at the age of 93. He performed Europe's first liver transplant in 1968.
  • Calne introduced drugs to prevent organ rejection, leading to widespread organ grafting. He received several accolades for his work, including a Pride of Britain award.
  • Calne was also an accomplished artist, known for painting portraits of his patients and colleagues.
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