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The sources for information used throughout the site can be found in the Organ and Tissue Donation Resource database. Additional resources that contribute to the understanding of the topic have also been included in the resource database.

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Kidney, pancreas and liver allocation and distribution in the United States

Smith, J.M., et al., Kidney, pancreas and liver allocation and distribution in the United States. Am J Transplant, 2012. 12(12): p. 3191-212.

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The timing factor in the consent process

Niles, P.A. and B.J. Mattice, The timing factor in the consent process. J Transpl Coord, 1996. 6(2): p. 84-7.

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Increasing the availability of cadaveric organs for transplantation maximizing the consent rate

Cutler, J.A., et al., Increasing the availability of cadaveric organs for transplantation maximizing the consent rate. Transplantation, 1993. 56(1): p. 225-8.

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There is an answer to the shortage of organ donors

Garrison, R.N., et al., There is an answer to the shortage of organ donors. Surg Gynecol Obstet, 1991. 173(5): p. 391-6.

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Obtaining consent for organ donation: the role of the healthcare profession

Rudy, L.A., et al., Obtaining consent for organ donation: the role of the healthcare profession. J S C Med Assoc, 1991. 87(6): p. 307-10.

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Center to Advance Palliative Care - CAPC

Palliative care, also known as palliative medicine, is specialized medical care for people living with serious illness. It focuses on providing relief from the symptoms and stress of a serious illness—whatever the diagnosis. The goal is to improve quality of life for both the patient and the family.


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