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Command Hospital Chandimandir Achieves Historic First Pancreas Transplant in Armed Forces

Command Hospital Chandimandir Achieves Historic First Pancreas Transplant in Armed Forces

This is the first instance within the Armed Forces where a pancreas has been harvested and successfully transplanted. The recipient, a medical student, now has a renewed lease on life.

In a groundbreaking achievement, the Transplant team at Command Hospital, Chandimandir, has performed the first-ever pancreas transplant procedure within the Armed Forces. This historic event marks a significant milestone in military medical history.

The transplant team successfully harvested a pancreas and kidney from the brain-dead father of an Indian Army soldier.

Despite his profound grief, the soldier consented to this noble cause, allowing the organs to be transplanted into a patient in need.

This is the first instance within the Armed Forces where a pancreas has been harvested and successfully transplanted. The recipient, a medical student, now has a renewed lease on life.

This remarkable feat offers a beacon of hope to millions across the country, demonstrating the life-saving potential of organ donation.

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