On any given day about 15,000 Americans are on the liver transplant waiting list, hoping they can get a lifesaving donor organ in time.
Now, a new study in the Journal of Hepatology reports that Mayo Clinic researchers may have a bioartificial liver ready to do the job for some of those patients.Read the articles published for the Mayo Clinic News Network
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