Recent data show that, despite a long period during which fewelderly patients in end-stage renal failure received grafts, thereare neither medical nor ethical grounds for avoiding kidneytransplantation, at least in those aged under 70 or even 75 years ofage. Units in which transplantation in older recipients is routine showa good survival of recipients, and comparable survival of grafts tothose placed...
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