Bioethicists Discuss Infant Heart Transplants
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Bioethicists Discuss Infant Heart Transplants

Atul Gawande, staff surgeon at the Brigham and Women's Hospital in Boston, discusses infant heart transplants with professors Robert Truog, George Annas, and Arthur Caplan.Video ourtesy of New England Journal of Medicine

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