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Articles from Transplant News (June 30, 1999)

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Allocation policy revised to require livers be offered first to Status 1 patients in region where procured. 928
Artificial bladders successfully transplanted into dogs. 310
Bioethics commission recommends federally financed scientists be allowed to derive human embryonic stem cells. 251
Children with bone marrow transplants often have lung problems, study finds. 216
Chronimed selected to provide transplant medication management for Prudential Healthcare. 115
Computer chip regulates insulin pump in diabetics. 136
Corneal epithelial stem cells restore vision in some blind patients when transplanted - Japan study. 322
CryoLife files for Humanitarian Device Exemption for BioGlue. 109
Division of Transplantation answers questions being raised by applicants filing proposal for $5 million FY 1999 Grants Program; deadline is July19, 1999. 620
FDA publishes "guidance document" for transplant industry to follow in xenotransplantation research. 584
How embryonic cells can procured. 91
International Cemetery and Funeral Association, NKF join to inform families about organ donation. 150
Intrahepatic islet cell allografts combined with genetically-engineered antibody affects long term engraftment. 377
Names in the News. 662
National voluntary sharing arrangement for split livers approved by UNOS board. 370
Neural stem cells transplanted into newborn mice brains repopulate area. 321
SangStat receives approval for inclusion on Illinois state formulary, files for azathioprine marketing clearance. 122
Sequence of organ offers in new policy:. 84
Shortage of human donor organs to spur market potential for animal and artificial organ transplants, study finds. 296
Surgeons repair defective aortic heart valve by transplanting patient's own pulmonary valve. 238
Surgeons use cadaver bone to save 6-year-old boy's cancerous arm. 162

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