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Transplant patient outcomes after trauma better than expected

In the largest study of its kind, researchers find that traumatic injury outcomes in patients with organ transplants are not worse than for non-transplanted patients, despite common presumptions among physicians. Additionally, transplanted organs are rarely injured in traumatic events.
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