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  • Amna Nawaz:

    There are more than 100,000 people in this country waiting for a kidney transplant, and the median wait time is more than three years.

    A Nobel Prize-winning economist has a solution: kidney transplant chains. It starts with a donor giving to a stranger with nothing guaranteed in return. And the momentum builds from there.

    Paul Solman has the story of two donors who volunteered to start a chain, saving multiple lives, part of our weekly series Making Sense.

  • Barbara Sine:

    Emotionally, I’m feeling a little bit anxious.

  • Woman:

    Knock knock. Good morning. ….

…continue reading/watch now: ‘How An Economist’s Idea to Create Kidney Transplant Chains Has Saved Lives’

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