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What's New in Pulmonary Transplantation: Finding the Right Lung for Every Patient
A succinct editorial from a British academic transplant surgeon. It discusses the need for stratifying the utilization of donor lungs based on recent and previous retrospective papers from North American and European databases. Professor Dark also briefly debates the needs for research on assessing and optimizing the organs.