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"Compared with living donors aged 50 to 70 years, donor age older than 70 years may be a negative predictor of kidney transplant and graft survival, according to a presentation at the American Transplant Congress."

https://www.healio.com/news/nephrology/20220606/older-living-kidney-donor-age-may-be-negative-predictor-of-recipient-graft-survival

This finding could have an effect on living donor eligibility at some transplant centers.
Michael
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