Derrick Morris

Derrick Morris (24 March 1930 – 30 July 2005) was, at the time of his death, Europe's longest-surviving heart transplant recipient, living 25 years after the transplant performed by Sir Magdi Yacoub in 1980. He died from an illness that was not heart or transplant related.

Morris had his first heart attack in 1975 and was told to expect to live only months. He became an active campaigner against heart disease, an advocate of organ donation as well as a symbol of the success of organ transplantation. Provided by Wikipedia

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by Morris, Derrick
Published 1983
Macmillan Education UK

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by Morris, Derrick, Ibbett, Roland N.
Published 1979
Macmillan Education UK

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by Morris, Derrick, Evans, David, Green, Peter, Theaker, Colin
Published 1996
Springer London