Christiaan Barnard and the first heart transplant
Jonathan Ball (Verlag)
  • erschienen am 5. Dezember 2017
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  • 256 Seiten
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978-1-86842-843-4 (ISBN)

In this new biography of Chris Barnard we not only learn about the life of South Africa's most famous surgeon, from his Beaufort West childhood through his studies locally and abroad to his prominent marriages - and divorces - but James Styan also examines the impact of the historic heart transplant on Barnard's personal life and South African society at large, where apartheid legislation often made the difficulties of medicine even more convoluted. The role of black medical staff like Hamilton Naki is explored, as is the intense rivalry that arose between other famous heart surgeons and Barnard. How did Barnard manage to beat them all in this race of life and death? How much did his famous charisma have to do with it all? And in the light of his later years, his subsequent successes and considerable failures, what is Barnard's legacy today? Styan covers it all in this fascinating new account of a real heartbreaker.

  • Englisch
  • La Vergne
  • |
  • USA
Jonathan Ball Publishers
  • 5,57 MB
978-1-86842-843-4 (9781868428434)
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James Styan has been the Media Liaison Officer for the Western Cape Minister of Local Government and Environmental Affairs since 2014. Previously James was a senior political correspondent for Media24 in Parliament, after working as a financial reporter in Johannesburg for a number of years. His first book Blackout: The Eskom Crisis was published in 2015. James studied at the universities of Pretoria and Stellenbosch, and qualified as an accountant before becoming a journalist. He tweets at @jamesstyan.

  • Intro
  • Prologue
  • In the beginning,1922-1967
  • Chapter 1 Sons of the Karoo
  • Chapter 2 Genius
  • Chapter 3 America
  • Chapter 4 The assistants
  • Chapter 5 The competition
  • Chapter 6 The first transplants
  • The operation,3 December 1967
  • Chapter 7 The characters
  • Chapter 8 The heart transplant
  • Chapter 9 The man with the golden hands
  • The global doctor,1968-1983
  • Chapter 10 Blaiberg
  • Chapter 11 Three women and the Pope
  • Chapter 12 Year of the heart
  • Chapter 13 Love in the days of medicine
  • Chapter 14 Rumours of assassination
  • Chapter 15 Politics
  • How to fall and get up again, 1983-2001
  • Chapter 16 Retirement, tragedy and scandal
  • Chapter 17 Full circle
  • Chapter 18 Legacy
  • Epilogue
  • Acknowledgements
  • Author's note
  • Sources
  • About the book
  • About the author

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