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MCV/Q, Medical College of Virginia Quarterly
Although it is too early to draw any definite conclusions from these results, as a period of two years is probably necessary to evaluate cadaver kidney transplantation in humans, it appears that our well-matched patients have much fewer problems than our poorly matched patients. It is hoped that by preservation methods such as those discussed, improved methods of tissue typing, and better immunosuppressive therapy, we will be able to raise the survival level of cadaver kidney transplantations to the level between 80 and 85% presently being obtained in transplantations using living, related donors.
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