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The impact of the presumed consent law and a decentralized organ procurement system on organ donation: quadruplication in the number of organ donors

The impact of the presumed consent law and a decentralized organ procurement system on organ donation: quadruplication in the number of organ donors

Transplantation Proceedings 23(5): 2685-2686

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