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Preferences, knowledge, communication and patient-physician discussion of living kidney transplantation in African American families.
Living kidney transplantation is extremely successful with 96% of live donated kidneys working well at one year, compared with 93% for kidneys from deceased donors.
Although worldwide data show the increase of importance of living donors in overall transplants, and the current situation from Romania in the case of living kidney transplantation shows promising results (in any case better than the other types of transplants, especially from cadaveric donors), there are some limitations that may infringe upon the situation and impose supplementary burden on potential and actual donors.