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Double Lung Transplant In Detroit For Vaping-related Injury

RTTNews Tuesday, 12 November 2019
The first double lung transplant surgery in the United States on a patient with a vaping-related lung injury has been successfully performed at Detroit's Henry Ford Hospital. Both the lungs of the patient, who preferred not to reveal his identity, was irreparably damaged from the heavy use of e-cigarette, commonly known as vaping. A team of Henry Ford Health System medical experts who performed
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A teen in Detroit was the first to get a double-lung transplant because of vaping.

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