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Spotlight on: artificial organs

Personalized medicine is not only a big step for medicine, but for the entire world population. The availability of donor organs is limited and often carries the risk of rejection. Institutes around the world are therefore researching the development and optimization of artificial organs.

Have you ever dealt with the innovation field of artificial organs and their background? Are you interested in which national and international institutes are conducting research in this area? Then you should not miss this issue of arcoro SNAPS!

Facts at a glance

Nationwide, 9,100 people are waiting for a life-saving donor organ. The waiting list grows longer every year and often patients die before they receive the hopeful call and prospect of their donor organ. In 2020, a total of 3,518 organ transplants were performed, 767 people on the waiting list died and 4,900 people were added to the waiting list. Hope now lies in the development of artificial organs.

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Anne Plonz

Business Analyst
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    Anne Plonz

    Business Analyst

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