Donated livers can survive for at least a day outside the body thanks to a new device which keeps the organ ticking over as if it hadn’t been removed. The machine is likely to more than double the availability of livers for transplant. The device was unveiled today in London by its developer Peter Friend, professor of transplantation surgery at the University of Oxford.

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