The OPTN Deceased Donor Potential Study: Implications for Policy and Practice

D. K. Klassen*, L. B. Edwards, D. E. Stewart, A. K. Glazier, J. P. Orlowski, C. L. Berg, Karl J. McCleary, Gary B. Hirsch, L. Ebony Boulware, Gary King, Kevin A. Myer, Michael Reibel, John D. Rosendale, Khalid Saeed, Laura A. Siminoff, Samuel Soret, David A. Wagstaff, Kristina Wile, Joyce D.K. Essien, Betty C. CrandallDanielle L. Cornell, David G. Jacobs, David W. Bosch, David H. Howard, Dorothy L. Faulkner, George F. Bergstrom, Gerald Rushton, Glen Franklin, Harry E. Wilkins, Hazhir Rahmandad, Howard M. Nathan, J. Elizabeth Tuttle-Newhall, James J. Wynn, Janice Whaley, Jennie P. Perryman, Jesse Schold, John Belcher, Julie A. Mayglothing, Karen Garcia, Kevin J. O'Conner, Laurie J. Kyckholm, Linda Ohler, Lori E. Markham, M. Anjali Sastry, Marcella Farinelli Fierro, Maria DeLauro, Mary Kelleher-Crabtree, Maryl R. Johnson, Meg M. Rogers, Nikolaos T. Pyrsopoulos, P. J. Geraghty, Paul K. Halverson, Renee Bennett, Richard D. Hasz, Robert S.D. Higgins, Stuart J. Youngner, Suzanne Lane Conrad, Thomas Mone, Thomas A. Nakagawa, Thomas P Bleck, Timothy L. Pruett, Richard Durbin, Christopher J. McLaughlin, Teresa M. Belgay, Brian Shepard

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