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|Nancy L. Ascher, United States|
Prof. Vivek Kute, India
Gender equality in transplantation – why are donors predominantly women and recipients men?
Luxia Zhang, People's Republic of China
The Burden of CKD in China: Implications for the global treatment of end stage kidney disease
Based on studies it is advisable to promote men as donors as compared to women as women have smaller size of kidneys with lower nephron count as compared to men which is likely to have an effect in the long term. we Should all promote male donors for longer survival particularly for men.