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March 6, 2014

New Software Matches More Kidney Donations, Faster -- Science Nation

New Software Matches More Kidney Donations, Faster

Game theory and market dynamics inspired new software that streamlines complicated matches. Harvard University economist Alvin Roth helped develop a suite of computer programs that match living kidney donors with recipients.

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