A woman once considered terminally ill by doctors is cancer-free after receiving an experimental, four-organ abdominal transplant, hospital officials say.

Diana Hancock, 40, was admitted to Presbyterian-University Hospital of Pittsburgh on Jan. 12 with an inoperable tumor on her liver bile duct.The following day, surgeons replaced her liver, pancreas, duodenum and two sections of her small intestine.

Hancock, a computer operator from Burlington, Wis., headed home free of malignancy Saturday, hospital officials said.