The first surgical tissue cure was a miracle for many in the 1990s, but the procedure is still quite a rarity in most countries.
The surgery has been hailed by some as a way to save the lives of millions of people around the world, but not everyone is convinced.
A new report by the U.S. government found that in the last five years, almost one million people worldwide have died from complications caused by botched surgery.
More than half of those deaths were due to surgery complications, including heart failure and cancer, according to the U,S.
Government Accountability Office.
In the U., the government’s most recent report from last month estimated that about half of all deaths from botched surgeries are due to complications from anesthesia, according to Reuters.
The U.N. Health Care for the World 2016 report found that a staggering 43 percent of surgeries in the U: are botched.
And that figure includes about three-quarters of botched procedures in the Philippines, according the report.
The report says that as a result of botched surgeries, more than 2.5 million people have been injured, including 732,000 children and 1.7 million adults, the report said.
It added that the United States has one of the highest rates of botched surgery worldwide, according a survey by the Pew Research Center.
The government’s report also said that more than half the U.’s hospitals had not performed at least one successful surgery in the past five years.
The United States is one of only a few countries that still does not have a national law requiring surgical surgeons to have the necessary license to operate in the country.