From Bostlnno – October 31, 2022 -As a complex disease geneticist focused on type I diabetes, Lisa Anderson saw quite a few pancreases come through her lab. She was shocked to find that the organs brought to her at Harvard Medical School were coming in coolers filled with crushed ice.
“I was kind of looking at it from the standpoint of, we are in the 21st century and we are putting an organ that some donor selflessly left for a patient…and we’re placing these organs in an ice chest,” Anderson said. “Completely uncontrolled in terms of temperature, completely exposed to physical injury during transport and completely unmonitored.”
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