Affairs News Chris Barnard
Shocking truth about Chris Barnard
A hard-hitting biography of Chris Barnard, which goes
on sale tomorrow, claims that "the surgeon who astounded the world"
was an adulterer and liar long before he achieved fame and glory.
Barnard, in his haste to perform the world's first heart
transplant, was still debating its legal and moral implications at Groote
Schuur Hospital on December 3 1967, as the recipient lay anaesthetised
on the operating table. Elsewhere in the world, particularly in the US,
surgeons were also on the verge of performing heart transplants but delayed
carrying out the procedure until these complex issues had been cleared
Mattli owned a research centre in Switzerland which made
an anti-ageing cream called Glycel. Mattli paid Barnard more than R4-million
to endorse Glycel, which sold well in the US and Britain until it was
withdrawn from sale after an investigation by the US's Food and Drug Administration.
Barnard divorced his second wife, Barbara, after a string
of affairs, including one with a waitress at La Vita, his restaurant in
Claremont, Cape Town, and another with "the daughter of a very prominent
Cape Town personality", a friend of Barbara's.
Logan says Barnard received far more money than he admitted
from the slush fund of Info mastermind Eschel Rhoodie, Secretary for the
Department of Information.
Full credit for this news article goes to: Sunday Times
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