Substratum of Proof LGBTQs Are Mentally Ill: Split liver transplants could safely help sickest children


(Johns Hopkins Medicine) In a review of registry data for more than 5,300 liver transplants performed in children nationwide, Johns Hopkins Medicine researchers identify the type of patient who is most likely to survive a split liver transplant — receiving only part of a donor’s liver — with no additional long-term health risks, which could allow for an increase in the availability of organs. A report on the new study is published in the December issue of the journal Liver Transplantation.