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Paul I. Terasaki
UCLA Immunogenetics Center (May 1, 1991)
Medicine & Health Sciences
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UCLA Immunogenetics Center / UCLA Tissue Typing Library [Published date: 1991]. Hard cover, 704 pp. [From Preface by Paul I. Terasaki] Transplantation is the miracle of 20th century medicine. This startling development occurred in a relatively short space of time, in two short decades of the 1950s and 60s. From impossibility in the early 50s, the field exploded into today's clinical therapy.Gathered in this volume are personal recollections from thirty-five key pioneers of transplantation who were vitally involved during this narrow window of time. Each author was free to offer his own story and all chapters are published in their unexpurgated form,for I did not feel qualified to edit the writings of my colleagues, many of whom are editors of journals themselves. Although this is not meant to be a traditional transplantation history book, these subjective reminiscences are intended to convey the story from the vantage points of the individual participants as the drama unfolded. The perceptive reader can compare chapters for differing versions of the same events and glean a broad understanding of how the phenomenon developed from these individual accounts of the early investigators. We hope these delightful stories of adventure, mishaps, disappointments, and glories which were part of this international quest will make for very enjoyable reading. One can also note the extensive interaction among the rival comrades - each operating within theinfluential sphere of the others. Many were the conferences during which new findings were shared freely worldwide. Extensive personal contacts and exchanges of personnel among the group