Published in Blood Weekly, August 14th, 2003
"The donor was a 41-year-old man with excellent lung function and without histologic or macroscopic pulmonary lesions at the time of retrieval," noted M. Deperrot and colleagues, University of Toronto, Toronto Lung Transplant Program.
"This case supports the theory that persistent infection or inflammation may be an inciting factor in uncontrolled angiogenesis, leading...
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