Surgeons Steven Tsui and Stephen Large have been given a special award for their work on heart transplants.
They have been given the Pioneering Hero Award at this year's NHS Heroes Awards.
Their work has made it possible to restart a heart allowing a new type of transplant, in turn that has meant more people on the donor register can receive a new heart and has saved more lives.
They were given the award at a star studded event last night and it will be shown on ITV on Monday night at 8.30pm
During the awards Prince William described the NHS as “one of our country’s greatest treasures”. He delivered a special tribute message describing all NHS staff as “truly inspirational”.
Last night's awards were hosted by Paul O’Grady, with winners drawn from the full range of frontline NHS services across the UK.
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