5 ways to increase organ donation and transplant

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Late 2020: Removal of DSA and region, changes to released organ allocation

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Setting travel safety standards for organ recovery teams

Setting travel safety standards for organ recovery teams

Transplant and OPO team members continue to be injured in ground transportation accidents, resulting in the loss of productive clinical years. Many of these incidents are avoidable. New methods of organ transport are needed.

Summer 2020 public comment open Aug. 4 - Oct. 1, 2020.

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lifesaving organ transplants in 2020

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Read case studies: UNOS enabling increased kidney utilization and an image sharing pilot project to enable efficient decision making.

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