in Box 2) should be made. The process could involve participation by the transplant community, donor families, recipients, and the public in consultative roles. An open process to identify and address problems is important because public perceptions of deficiencies in the care of NHBDs can damage ongoing organ recovery efforts and because organs donated by families of NHBDs can provide a potentially important contribution to efforts to bring organ supply closer to demand.
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