The Japanese Association for Acute Medicine, a national group of medical experts, has publicized a list of 23 medical facilities that it said are appropriate hospitals to remove organs from brain-dead donors for transplants based on newly enacted legislation.

Since the organ transplant law was enacted in June, the association, headed by Nihon Medical School Hospital President Toshifumi Otsuka, has conducted studies to list facilities.

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