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Organ Donation And The Opioid Epidemic: ‘An Unexpected Life-Saving Legacy’

05:00 EDT 19 Oct 2016 | Kaiser Health News

So far this year, more than one in four donations in New England are from people who died after a drug overdose — a much higher rate than in the U.S. overall, though it's not clear why.

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