Living Donor Transplant Chains Help Minorities

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Nearly half of kidney recipients in living donor transplant chains are minorities, according to a new study by UCLA researchers. John Schieszer reports in today's Medical Minute that the findings may help allay fears that minorities would be disadvantaged by expansion of the donor pool.

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