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Cllimber saved by British doctors on Everest

29th May 2007
The rescue of Nepalese climber Usla Bista, hit the headlines last week when she escaped with little more than frostbite after being found unconcious at an altitute of around 8,500 meteres above sea level. It has since emerged that she got into trouble just at the time when a British team coordinated by University College London was operating the world's biggest medical laboratory on Everest's South Col.

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Title: Cllimber saved by British doctors on Everest
Author: Anne Waller
Article Id: 2965
Date Added: 29th May 2007

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