Martin Drage, consultant transplant surgeon
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Transplant contamination risk 'very minimal'

Doctors in the UK can continue to use the fluid Viaspan to preserve transplant organs, following a warning about possible bacterial contamination.

Martin Drage, a consultant transplant surgeon at Guy's Hospital, told the BBC the risk to transplant patients was "very very minimal".

  • 30 Mar 2012
  • From the section Health
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