A cooling method that allows human organs to be stored longer at subzero temperatures without freezing them has been developed, according to findings published in Nature Biotechnology. Researchers who tested the process on a trio of human livers say it could possibly be used on other organs also.
New cooling method preserves livers for transplant longer
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