Organ transplants from living donors has been an accepted medical practice for decades. But today, donors and recipients don’t necessarily know each other. A panel talks about "stranger donors," and new programs designed to increase the supply of organs to people who need them.


  • Lori Brigham Of the Washington Regional Transplant Consortium
  • Dr. Jimmy Light Transplant surgeon at the Washington Hospital Center
  • Alice Sullivan Kidney donor

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