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[DIGEST: New York Times, Daily Mail, Science Alert, US News]

In what is being called a “revolutionary” new procedure, patients needing a kidney transplant can now successfully receive kidneys from incompatible donors. In fact, a new study published in the New England Journal of Medicine in early March revealed that patients who received a transplant from an incompatible living donor had a better long-term survival rate than those who received a good match from a compatible deceased donor.

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