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The two patients Karen and Shauna heard about were the 10-year-old boy, Ciaran Finn-Lynch, and Claudia Castillo, both of whom are still alive. But they weren’t told that Claudia Castillo’s windpipe transplant collapsed just over three weeks after she’d had it and she needed stents to keep it open. (She’s since had to have a lung removed.) Nor did Karen and Shauna hear about most of the other cases Martin Birchall talked about in 2010.
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One of these operations was on Kent teenager Keziah Shorten, who about two years previously had been given a tissue-engineered donor trachea by Macchiarini in Florence after she had been diagnosed with a rare form of cancer. It wasn’t the only time UCL produced a report into regenerative medicine at the university. In 2017, it published the findings of a special inquiry, set up after the Macchiarini revelations.
But around a year after the operation, her transplant failed. Martin Birchall told a Swedish documentary in 2016 that her tissue-engineered windpipe had broken down. When she was subsequently operated on at University College London Hospital they replaced it with a plastic one. She died a month before I Solemnly Swear I’m Up To Some Shenanigans Malarkey Managed Shirt Shauna’s operation. This found no fault with Martin Birchall and cleared the way for future clinical trials to proceed.