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New public health measures could help protect this vulnerable population, authors say
Analysis of donors, recipients and surgical approaches reveals optimal combinations
Court filing prompted change in allocation policy in 2017 to make the system fairer, but system still may discriminate
The Johns Hopkins Hospital will fly the Donate Life flag to show solidarity for the importance of organ donation.
In a small study, doctors at Johns Hopkins have successfully transplanted 10 hepatitis C-infected kidneys into patients without hepatitis C...
Findings suggest opportunity to increase organ supply, save lives
Disparity Persists: Racial and Ethnic Minority Patients Still Less Likely Than White Patients to Get Live Donor Kidney Transplants
Despite efforts over the past two decades to increase the number of black and Hispanic patients receiving kidney transplants...
Johns Hopkins is the First Center in the United States Approved for Living Donor HIV-Positive to HIV-Positive Kidney Transplants
Johns Hopkins hopes to become the first hospital in the U.S. to perform HIV-positive to HIV-positive organ transplants from living donors.
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