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Two People Receive Kidney Transplants in Pilot Program Using CMU Software

December 14, 2010

computing graphic A man in St. Louis, Mo., and a woman in New Hampshire have received the first kidney transplants made possible through a new national program of the Organ Procurement and Transplantation Network that uses a Carnegie Mellon University computer algorithm to match transplant candidates with living donors. Full Story

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