Texas Man Became The First Heartless Person Ever To Live Without A Pulse

In 2011, 55-year-old Craig Lewis was diagnosed with “amyloidosis,” a rare case of autoimmune disease that causes rapid heart, kidney and liver failure. He would have died within days if not for two visionary doctors from Texas Heart Institute — Dr. Billy Cohn and Dr. Bud Frazier. The two doctors proposed to remove Craig Lewis’ … Read more