By Elaine Berg
Beating the Organ Donor Taboo
More than 400,000 people living in the United States today are organ transplant recipients. These are people who, without the gift of life from others, would not have been given a second chance. Others are not so fortunate. Despite the improved success rates of transplants, an average of 6,200 people die each year because of…
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