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Cyclosporine is one of the drugs that organ transplant patients take so the body won't reject the organ. Brendan Gates/Flickr hide caption

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Medicare Pays For A Kidney Transplant, But Not The Drugs To Keep It Viable

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A Palestinian dialysis patient is treated at the Shifa hospital in Gaza City in 2010. Many kidney patients in Gaza struggle to get proper dialysis therapy because machines are often overbooked. Khalil Hamra/AP hide caption

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Can Kidney Transplants Ease Strain On Gaza's Health System?

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A Struggle To Define 'Death' For Organ Donors

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