Shortage of donor hearts creates issues for physicians

The shortage of donor hearts poses an ethical dilemma for doctors, NPR reports. The article mentioned that 6,950 Americans were approved for heart transplants in 2014, but only 2,250 donor hearts became available.

Patients with the most severe disease are placed on the top of the list to get a new heart, which places doctors in a precarious position.

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