Cambridge Firm Makes Breakthrough in Enabling Pig Organs to be Transplanted in Humans

eGenesis Chief Scientist Luhan Yang

(BOSTON) AUG 10 – RESEARCHERS AT HARVARD AND A CAMBRIDGE, MASSACHUSETTS BIOTECH COMPANY SAY THEY’VE MADE A BREAKTHROUGH THAT COULD CLEAR THE WAY IN A HANDFUL OF YEARS FOR ORGANS FROM ANIMALS TO BE TRANSPLANTED INTO HUMANS.
FOX NEWS RADIO’S BILL MARCUS HAS MORE:

DR. YANG SAYS THE COMPANY’S GOAL RIGHT NOW IS TO CREATE AN ANIMAL THEY CALL 2.0 SHE SAYS THERE MAY HAVE TO BE A PIG 3.0 OR 4.0 BEFORE AN ANIMAL ORGAN CAN BE SAFELY TRANSPLANTED INTO A HUMAN PATIENT.