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Weighing the Risks and Benefits of Organs Donated for Transplant

June 23, 2021

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Presented by Michigan Medicine

Patients who are facing end-stage organ failure are typically quite sick. Patients awaiting donor organs have a lot on their plates as they have to act quickly when an organ becomes available and worry donor-related infections. Daniel Kaul, MD, director of the Transplant Infectious Disease Service at University of Michigan Health, talks about best practices to help patients process these considerations and protect transplant recipients from possible infections.

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