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Donating a kidney may save a person's life - but only if the conditions are precise. Kidney donors must be related and immunologically matched to their donors – and even then, the recipient must take a lifetime of anti-rejection medications, which don’t guarantee the organ won't be rejected.

But a new clinical trial from Northwestern Memorial Hospital in Chicago, Ill. has shown how stem cells can be used to “trick” a recipient’s immune system into believing the new organ has been part of that person’s body all along.

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