Computer algorithm matches unrelated donors, kidneys
For six years, Carnegie Mellon University computer scientist Tuomas Sandholm has been refining algorithms for a computer program that would make a truly national living donor kidney exchange program work, potentially saving hundreds of lives a year.
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