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Organ shortage: viability of potential organ donors and possible loss depend on health care workers who are responsible for the organ procurement program

Organ shortage: viability of potential organ donors and possible loss depend on health care workers who are responsible for the organ procurement program

Transplantation Proceedings 29(8): 3614-3616

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