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The new science of resuscitation is changing the way doctors think about heart attacks-and death itself.

May 7, 2007 issue - Consider someone who has just died of a heart attack. His organs are intact, he hasn't lost blood. All that's happened is his heart has stopped beating-the definition of "clinical death"-and his brain has shut down to conserve oxygen. But what has actually died?

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