OSAKA — Organ transplant experts Sept. 16 called for more public understanding and support for the procedure in Japan, saying it will not become widespread unless people have strong trust in medical professionals.

They stressed the importance of disclosing the creation of criteria for selecting recipients, choice of hospitals that perform transplants and other decisions related to the establishment of a nationwide organ transplant network so that the entire process can be more open and transparent.

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