Behind the Racial Disparities in the Organ Transplant System
Clip: 12/28/2020 | 7m 6s
Success rates for organ transplantation have grown through the years, but disparities impacting communities of color remain. Dr. Juan Carlos Caicedo, a transplant surgeon at Northwestern Medicine and the founder of the hospital’s Hispanic Transplant Program, joins us in discussion.
Aired: 12/28/20 |
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