The hope is that lungs could be kept viable for long enough to match them with the best recipient.
The court said the “doctrine of avoidable consequences” applies in the case of Gwendolyn Rozier of Oak Park, who died in 2007 after complications from a transplant.
A woman who wasn’t told for five years that she had a cancerous kidney can sue a doctor and a clinic for failing to share the news.
The University of Michigan’s ‘Be a Hero at The Big House’ event is taking blood donations and signing-up potential donors to the National Bone Marrow Registry at Michigan Stadium on Wednesday.
A Macomb County man has given a 25-year old Royal Oak woman a new chance at life.
Lyndsey Scott, a 28-year-old transplant recipient, thought her life was about to be saved. But the lungs she received belonged to someone who had smoked for 30 years. Five months later she was dead.