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One common example is a person who receives an organ transplant.
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Cold frames are great for starting seedlings a few weeks early and having transplants ready in April when you need them.
Northwestern had determined, again, that her son would not survive a transplant.
His father got a successful heart transplant last year, and as a college freshman, Sy is majoring in communications.
Despite all of the research on racial disparities in transplants, the government has been slow to implement reforms.
Hospital staff members didn’t comply right away, but after multiple requests, she was able to talk to him and assure him that the transplant would be successful.
Founder and CEO David Zamir hails from Israel, but unlike many of the transplants you may come across from there to the Bay Area tech world, he’s not a tech guy by education, training or work experience.
With the exception of Kevin Faulconer, a 50-something, every elected San Diego mayor for the last 49 years was born in the 1930s, 1940s and 1950s, when transplants were still turning us into a major metropolis.
First off, prayers up to Scarface and to any ESSENCE reader, please help spread the word about his need for a kidney transplant.
For now, the bridge provides a temporary solution while transplants of native trees grow and other trees regenerate.

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