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The Consortium for Organ Preservation in Europe (COPE) – an EU funded surgical research project on organ preservation – is running three clinical trials in five European countries. As of December 2014, all COPE trials are now live.

COPE is an EU-wide research network of Universities, Research Institutions and Small and Medium Sized Enterprises (SMEs) carrying out clinical trials and experimental work programs in liver and kidney transplantation. COPE is running until June 2017 and is funded through the EU’s 7th framework program for research, technological development and demonstration.

COPE is running three clinical trials and the consortium is happy to announce that all three are now live.

For more details refer to the COPE website

 

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