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You may be in luck. KPCC’s Alex Cohen recently interviewed Dr. Kodi Azari, surgical director of UCLA’s Hand Transplantation Program, who says his program is looking for candidates for a clinical study. Candidates must be between 18 and 60 years old, not have any major health problems or infections, and their amputation can’t be the result of cancer or a birth defect. In the interview, Azari says the donated hands come from individuals who have suffered “brain death,” meaning “their body is alive but they are considered dead according to organ procurement agency guidelines.”

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Written by Mike Winder

July 30, 2010 at 4:37 pm

Posted in web 3.0

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