Medical first as toddler receives lifesaving windpipe transplant made from stem cells from her own bone marrow

By Dave Andrusko “Groundbreaking” is often overused in describing advances in medical treatments, but the surgical creation of a windpipe for a little girl born without one certain merits the superlative. Hannah Warren, now 2 ½, was born without a trachea, a condition that is over time virtually 100 percent fatal. The New York Times …

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