Sunday, November 28, 2010

Liver Transplant Updates Nov 28th

Political Art Response to Portland’s Fabricated Terror
Fabricated Terror By Brandon Hamson Nov 18, 2010
Several days before the tree lighting terrorist plot in Portland I heard a public radio broadcast that shined a light on the growing trend of fabricated terror. It seems to me that the U.S. government and part of our population continue to associate the murderers of 9/11 with American Muslims. Because the 9/11 terrorists were Muslims, the government assumes Muslims are predisposed to terrorism and targets them. It also insists Muslims have the same freedoms as other Americans. By singling out and provoking terror solely in the Muslim community the FBI is sending mixed messages. The confusion caused is responsible for both the surge of anti-Muslim bigotry and the public’s inability to distinguish real terror from its artificial counterpart. After reading many blog posts by those concerned with the bomb threat my deepest fears materialized. I could clearly see that fake bombs translate directly into real hatred of Muslims.
This broadcast also mentioned the Muslim in the recent Newbuhrg 4 case. The man was promised a liver transplant for his brother if he conspired with the FBI. Another was offered $250,000. Others mentioned were continually pursued by the FBI despite the fact that they directly stated that they weren’t interested or had no desire to kill. This is so incredibly upsetting to me! Hundreds of Muslims entrapped and counting; this needs to stop. As I am not able to wholly state my disgust in words I instead created a piece of political art. To my shock and horror my hometown of Portland Oregon experienced its own fabricated terror incident only a few days later!
My remaining questions to whom they may concern:
What happened to the brother that needed the liver transplant? Did the FBI keep up its end of the deal?
Without the FBI how would these lower class uneducated muslims have aquired real bombs?
What right do we have to solely target muslims?

U.S. Organ Transplant Program Caters To Hispanics
Published November 28, 2010
Fox News Latino

He's a latino doctor and you can almost hear the pride in his voice when he reads the statistic. Dr. Juan Carlos Caicedo says that kidney transplants for Hispanics have almost doubled at his Chicago hospital, and some of the patients come from as far away as Puerto Rico, Texas and Florida.

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16-Year-Old Who Needs Transplants Opens Richardson’s Heart
Published: November 24, 2010
FLORHAM PARK, N.J. — On the phone from Texas Children’s Hospital in Houston, 16-year-old Tyler Nelson sounded worried. Only he never mentioned cystic fibrosis, which he was born with, or lung and liver transplants, which he desperately needs.

Ala. Family Thankful for Son's Health
Updated: Thursday, 25 Nov 2010, 11:21 PM ESTPublished : Thursday, 25 Nov 2010, 11:21 PM EST
ATLANTA - A Birmingham, Alabama family spent their Thanksgiving in Atlanta after one of their children had his second liver transplant. The family also has a daughter who had her own transplant.
The Spadgenske family spent this Thanksgiving holiday at Atlanta's Ronald McDonald House.

Singapore, Taiwan plan liver surgery exchanges
A Singaporean hospital has expressed interest in starting medical exchange programs with Taiwan on liver transplant operations.
A hospital executive said on Friday that Singapore's Changi General Hospital is expected to send physicians to Taiwan for short-term training. He also said the hospital would invite Dr. Chen Chao-long and a medical team from southern Taiwan's Kaohsiung Chang Gung Memorial Hospital.
Dr. Chen carried out the first successful liver transplant in Asia in 1984. He is one of the most authoritative figures in that field of surgery. Along with his team, Dr. Chen has an operation success rate of over 90 percent. Singapore's Changi General Hospital named Dr. Chen an advisor on Friday.

Gilani opens first liver transplant facility
Pakistan's first liver transplant facility was commissioned at the Shaikh Zayed Hospital in Lahore.
By Mohsin Ali, Correspondent
Published: 00:00 November 28, 2010

Islamabad: Pakistan's first liver transplant facility was commissioned on Saturday at the Shaikh Zayed Hospital in Lahore.
Prime Minister Syed Yousuf Raza Gilani inaugurated the transplant centre, saying it would help save considerable foreign exchange.
Gilani said he had also ordered establishment of a liver transplant centre in Islamabad at the Pakistan Institute of Medical Sciences (PIMS), which would be operational within six months.
He appreciated the allocation of land by Punjab Chief Minister Shahbaz Sharif for the Benazir Bhutto Campus of the Shaikh Khalifa Bin Zayed Al Nahyan Dental College in Lahore and announced a grant of Rs180 million (Dh7.8 million) for the project.

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