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In 1893, young man James Cornish is stabbed in a bar fight that could have potentially killed him. He is rushed to the provident hospital for fear of a heart artery bursting.
Dr. Daniel Hale Williams made history by deciding to go though with the risky procedure in an age before blood transfusions and anesthesia. He ties the cut artery next to his heart before he can loose him.
Williams is nationally recognized after successfully complementing the first open heart surgery. President Grover Cleveland appointed him head surgeon at the Freedman's Hospital in Dc in 1894. Soon he is given a commemorative stamp.
The freedman's hospital was newly interracial and Williams helped the new black patients adjust to care.
After leaving Freedman's in 1898 and returning to Chicago, Dr Daniel Hale Williams died of a stroke at home at August 4th, 1931, after his wife Alice in 1824
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