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Transplanting CY282 heterozygous livers is risky

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More safeguards may be needed in liver transplantation, after the discovery of a new mutation in a recipient sparking iron overload. This seemingly rare event questions the supposed suitability of donor livers heterozygous for the C282Y gene—the commonest type transplanted.

The case centred on iron overload detected in a …

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