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Scores of organs — mostly kidneys — are trashed each year and many more become critically delayed while being shipped on commercial airliners, a new investigation finds.
The organ transplant from a living donor opens up the universe of available organs.
A retired California judge came up with the idea of donating his kidney to a stranger now to maximize his grandson’s prospects for such a donation later. The idea caught on.
Organs from elderly deceased donors can work for years, says a new study that supports growing views among U.S. transplant experts.