By Byron Rohrig / The Courier & Press
The large disparity between need and availability of transplant organs is borne out in the national numbers.
More than 73,000 [actually more than 110,000] people need an organ transplant now and have met medical and other criteria to receive one. But in all of last year, only about 28,500 organs were transplanted. The disparity can be translated into a lot of misery and death.
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