Same-sex heart transplants have better outcomes, study finds

Wednesday, November 12, 2008 - 22:07 in Health & Medicine

The cause is not clear, but researchers cite differences in size or immune systems between the sexes. Heart transplant patients are as much as 25% more likely to survive if the sex of the donor is the same as the patient's, researchers said Tuesday.

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