Nothing improper about UCLA liver transplants, investigators say
Los Angeles Times, December 15, 2008
Federal investigators found no evidence that UCLA Medical Center or its staff acted improperly when it performed liver transplants on four Japanese patients with suspected links to organized crime in their country, according to an official with CMS. But Sen. Charles E. Grassley, the senior Republican member of the Senate Finance Committee, is seeking to determine whether policies governing transplant recipients are flawed.
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