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Answering the "why" behind liver transplant inequity

Pediatric liver transplant candidates are a very vulnerable population. Despite the increasing numbers of pediatric liver transplants over the last several years, there are still children who die every year waiting for a lifesaving transplant. Peace Dike, MD, a pediatric transplant hepatologist and gastroenterologist at Stanford Medicine Children’s Health, discusses why disparities exist and how she is working to address them.

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