Life saved in Tottori, Japan by same skin transplant treatment used for Kyoto Animation arsonist

Originally published on Sora News by Ingrid Tsai

Individual whose life was saved now in stable condition.

In July of 2019, Japanese animation giant Kyoto Animation was struck by a horrifying arson attack, leaving 36 people dead and 33 wounded. The aftermath of the arson brought in a flood of support for the victims and the studio from both domestic and international entities, but also new developments in the field of skin transplantation treatment for extensive burns.

With burns inflicted on over 93 percent of his skin, the Kyoto Animation arsonist was the subject of an experimental treatment plan where his own remaining skin was used

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