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Emma Furth - Liver transplantation: Key issues and logical approaches

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Liver transplantation: Key issues and logical approaches
#LIVERPATH

Presented by Emma Furth, MD, PhD
Professor, University of Pennsylvania

February 25, 2020 • 12:00 AM (ET, NYC)

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