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Carnegie Mellon Scientists Devise Method to Increase Kidney Transplants


June 11, 2007

News thumbnail  of Tuomas Sandholm Computer scientists at Carnegie Mellon University have developed a new computerized method for matching living kidney donors with kidney disease patients that can increase the number of kidney transplants--and save lives. Full Story

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