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Dr Zeeshan Akhtar has written a post for the Oxford Science Blog about his research into how we could ensure more organs are suitable for transplant.

Dr Akhtar is a Royal College of Surgeons Research Fellow and Scientific Secretary of the COPE Consortium, which aims to advance and develop organ preservation technologies.

Read his article on the Oxford Science Blog.

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