Dr Vijay Agarwal, head of paediatric cardiac surgery, Fortis Hospital, said, “This inter-state transplant is indeed a breakthrough; with the channel opening up for PaedCard heart transplant surgeries, these little angels see a ray of hope. This success story will help young patients suffering from end-stage organ failure”.

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