Recommendations on the Use of Living Kidney Donors in the United States
Sells, Robert A.
BMJ: British Medical Journal 1986 July 26; 293(6541): 257-258
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Sells, Robert A.; Johnson, R.W.G.; Hutchinson, I. (British Transplantation Society, 1986-07-26)In the opinion of the British Transplantation Society, cadaveric donor transplantation is the preferred form of treatment for end stage renal disease, and only a shortage of cadaveric organs justifies the use of living donors. ...
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