Scientists use rapid cooling to preserve organs for transplants

07/14/2010 | Gizmag

British researchers are using a rapid cooling technique to preserve organs that are usually not suited for transplant, including those from victims of heart attacks, so that they can be used for the procedure. The researchers hope the method can help broaden the organ donor pool.

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