World first: U.S. surgeons attach pig kidney to human

For the first time ever, surgeons have successfully attached a kidney from a genetically modified pig to a human. The organ wasn't rejected. Eric Sorensen explains the groundbreaking procedure by surgeons at New York University, and what it means for people needing organ transplants.

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