Ending the Waiting Game: Increasing Kidney Transplants in Canada

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Ending the Waiting Game: Increasing Kidney Transplants in Canada

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Length: 336 pages3 hours


The book reveals the reality of the country's kidney transplantation structure, including a disheartening examination of waiting times, the characteristics and weaknesses of the various living and deceased organ donor programs and the inconsistencies and discrepancies from province-to-province within the present arrangement. The author also offers a thorough examination of the ground-breaking organ donation and transplantation successes from other countries, as well as a timely and relevant section depicting unfolding, innovative transplant medical advances.

In addition to documented material from professional sources, the book contains a wealth of anecdotal information based on the writer's own experiences and the award-winning actions he has taken to improve organ donor and kidney transplant rates across the country. Patients with end stage renal failure will greatly benefit from the sense of empowerment and hope these experiences provide.

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