Panel discussion: COVID-19 and lung transplantation: how to handle?

R. Vos (Leuven, Belgium), P. Jaksch (Wien, Austria), K. Hoetzenecker (Wien, Austria), A.M Holm (Oslo, Norway), B. Saez-Gimenez (Barcelona, Spain), M. Perch (Copenhagen, Denmark)

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Carlos Lopes Figueiredo - 12.05.2022 18:08
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