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Today In Medical History – April 20

(1951) Dan Gavriliu performs the first surgical replacement of a human organ
(2010) The Deepwater Horizon drilling rig explodes in the Gulf of Mexico, initiating an oil spill that would last 6 months
(1745) French physician Phillippe Paul is born. He is known for writing a medical case that is now credited as the earliest recorded evidence of the existence of schizophrenia.

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