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Jean-Michel Dubernard

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Jean-Michel Dubernard

Jean-Michel Dubernard (French: ; born transplant surgery, as well as a former Deputy in the French National Assembly.

Dr. Dubernard is most famous for performing the first successful hand transplant on Clint Hallam on 23 September 1998, the first successful double hand transplant shortly thereafter (but not announced until 14 January 2004), and assisting Prof. Bernard Devauchelle in performing the first partial face transplant on Isabelle Dinoire on 27 November 2005.


  • , December 6, 2005, "A Pioneering Transplant, and Now an Ethical Storm"New York Times
  • , December 3, 2005, "Dire Wounds, a New Face, a Glimpse in a Mirror"New York Times
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