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Patients in Germany hope for organ donor solution

By DW
26 September 2018   |   3:13 pm
There are not enough organ donors in Germany. Health Minister Jens Spahn would like to see the adoption of an opt-out organ donation system to increase the number of organs available for transplants.

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