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Articles from Transplant News (January 12, 2002)

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AIDS activist, playwright Larry Kramer gets liver transplant at UPMC. Brief Article 268
Amniotic membrane transplants show some success in treating persistent corneal defects. Brief Article 148
AST launches program to remove financial disincentives for live donors. Brief Article 361
AtheroGenics files IND application with FDA for new immunosuppressive drug. Brief Article 155
Cloned pigs with rejection gene eliminated raises hopes for breakthrough in xenotransplantation. Correspondent, Michele Grygotis Transplant News Special 1091
Combined liver and kidney dysfunction predict death after transplant-related ventilation. Brief Article 97
Dolly, the world's first cloned animal, has arthritis raising concerns about early aging, flawed techniques. Brief Article 208
Ethics of preimplantation genetic diagnosis debated. Brief Article 418
FDA warns Vasca over faulty reporting of deaths, injuries caused by device. Brief Article 222
Human heart may harbor stem cells capable of regenerating damaged tissue, study finds. Brief Article 350
Immunity is restored to near normal levels 20 years after BMT. Brief Article 136
Lung transplants fail to extend lives of most CF patients, study finds. Brief Article 649
Ortec forms partnership with PDI to market biological wound agent to burn market. Brief Article 113
Polymers may help mend spine injuries. Brief Article 102
SangStat expects to report its first ever profitable quarter, files registration statement. Brief Article 146
Swedish prosecutor drops criminal charges against Baxter over faulty filter blamed in dialysis deaths. Brief Article 146
UNOS eases rules for infant heart transplants. Brief Article 172
Versicor begins phase III clinical trial of anidulafungin for treatment of invasive apergillosis. Brief Article 210

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