New Delhi: When it comes to kidney donation,the prestigious All India Institute of Medical Scienceslargely depends on donations from living donors and not oncadavers.
An AIIMS nephrologist said the major problem in carryingout transplant was critical shortage of available organs. Iforgans are removed from a cadaver, there will be no wastage ofa vital body part after the death of a person, he said addingpost-transplant expenses would be less in case of cadaversunlike in the case of living donors. PTI
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