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  1. Julie K. Heimbach, M.D.

    Julie K. Heimbach, M.D.

    1. General Surgeon
    1. Rochester, MN

    Liver transplant, Living donor liver transplant, Living-donor transplant, Obesity more

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  2. Winston R. Hewitt, JR, M.D.

    Winston R. Hewitt, JR, M.D.

    1. General Surgeon
    1. Phoenix, AZ

    Living donor liver transplant, Living-donor transplant more

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Investigación

Los médicos y cirujanos de Mayo Clinic investigan acerca del trasplante de donante vivo y presentan su trabajo en reuniones llevadas a cabo en el país y en el extranjero. El Centro de Trasplante Mayo Clinic respalda diversos estudios para la investigación sobre el trasplante de donante vivo.

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Trasplante de donante vivo - atención en Mayo Clinic

May 07, 2019
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