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Study: Sudden Deaths May Increase Lung Donation

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November 18, 2013
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Researchers say a little-known fact - that lungs can stay alive for hours after someone dies - could increase the number of lungs suitable for transplant. A new study involves sudden deaths, precision timing and a sci-fi like test chamber. (Nov. 18)


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