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A shortage of organ donors has been an issue since the inception of human organ transplantation. Despite attempts to increase the number of donated organs, the demand for transplants now far exceeds the number of organs available for transplantation. This continuing deficit has questioned whether current sources of organs for human transplantation are currently still viable and importantly for the predicated future increases in demand. Improvements with transplantation over the past few decadesdoi:10.6084/m9.figshare.3467228.v1 fatcat:56swbbyt6vgtfgutr62hkrzvfm