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After the death of a patient, a Northwestern Medicine thoracic surgeon determines possible cause of rare infection, likely saving lives of future lung transplant patients CHICAGO,
Number of Lung Transplantations Continue to Rise for Nation's Fifth Busiest Program PHOENIX, March 30, 2015 /PRNewswire/ -- Outpacing long-established programs
An Oklahoma man who came to Pittsburgh for his second double-lung transplant was placed on a device never before used in the U.S., making him healthy enough to eventually get a transplant.
The multidisciplinary transplant team at University Hospitals Leuven successfully preserved a set of donor lungs for over eleven hours with the help of a machine, the longest period ever reported.
The lung transplant program at Washington University and Barnes-Jewish Hospital continues to be one of the best in the world. St.
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