VIDEO: Living Donor Liver Transplant: How it is Done and Why it Makes Sense - UCSD-TV - University of California Television
Living Donor Liver Transplant: How it is Done and Why it Makes Sense
Date: 1/30/2020; 57 minutes

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Nationally, there are approximately 18,000 patients on the liver transplant list. Annually, about 6,000 patients receive a liver transplant. Because of the organ shortage, many patients waiting for liver transplants die on the list or become too sick to undergo transplant. Dr. John Roberts offers these solutions: expanded criteria donors, split livers and living donors.
Recorded on 10/30/2019.
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