German Citizens in Southeastern Spain: A Study of Attitude Toward Organ Donation
Clinical transplantation 2010 May-Jun; 24(3): 349-57
Spain is frequently a place of residence for a high percentage of the German population. Our aim is to analyze the attitude of the German population that is resident in Spain toward organ donation.
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