Transplant by Jr. S. Maxeiner

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In 1985 the transplantation of human organs burst from halls of research into immediate, practical use. The rules of dying are overthrown and new and urgent questions demand to be answered. This is the story of seven souls caught in the transplant web, facing challenge and trial, temptation and ambition, in a fictional midwestern teaching hospital.

About Jr. S. Maxeiner

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Maxeiner spent his professional life in the disciplines of surgery, including study, teaching, and private practice. A Clinical Professor of Surgery at the University of Minnesota, he retired in 1987 to a life of writing, boating, and land preservation in the sanctuary island of Sanibel in southwest Florida.
Published May 29, 2001 by iUniverse. 300 pages
Genres: Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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