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Published on Aug 11, 2012
Dr. Chris Barry is a transplant surgeon and researcher at the University of Rochester Medical Center.
In this talk, Chris discusses the power of modern transplant surgery to touch people's lives. He also talks about the obstacles that prevent our society from realizing its true potential to help others through organ donation. His talk resounds with a call to action.
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