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March 10, 1985

Murray P. Haydon, the world's third permanent artificial heart recipient, is no longer in isolation and visitors can see him without donning masks and gowns at Louisville's Humana Hospital Audubon. Dr. William C. DeVries, who implanted Haydon's heart Feb. 17, said he believes Haydon, 58, can get more exercise now and doctors can start thinking about moving him from the coronary care unit. Haydon is alert and eating well, a week after surgeons reopened his chest to correct bleeding.

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