Research from David Goldberg, MD, MSCE, and colleagues is highlighted in The Atlantic. Their recent paper shed light on a previously unidentified source of disparity in liver transplantation: transplant centers vary widely in the organs they accept, leaving many of the sickest patients to die while awaiting a life-saving organ.
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