A national paired kidney exchange could significantly increase the number of kidney transplants in this country and save thousands of lives. We’ll talk about current efforts to get the program going.

Guests

  • Dr. Francis Delmonico Professor of Surgery, Harvard Medical School Visiting Surgeon,Transplantation Unit, Massachusetts General Hospital Vice President/President Elect, United Network for Organ Sharing
  • Sommer Gentry With the Laboratory for Information and Decision Systems at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology.
  • Dr. Robert Montgomery Chief, Division of Transplantation; director, Comprehensive Transplant Center at Johns Hopkins Hospital

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