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Organ Gap: More Women Donate and They Pay for It

Tuesday, November 18, 2014

Many potential donors are not poor enough to get assistance from the National Living Donor Assistance Center. Yet they are still struggling to make ends meet so that they can donate to help their family or friends in need of a transplant.

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