Lung transplants are the least done of all major organ transplants because the lungs are so easily damaged in the death process. A lung transplant surgeon explains, using one particularly difficult case as an example.  


  • Dr. Abbas Ardehali, Professor of Surgery and Medicine and Director, Heart, Lung, and Heart and Lung Transplantation, UCLA David Geffin School of Medicine

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