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Eriz Zorn: Organ transplant clinic's push that a patient use crowdfunding went viral for being harsh, but it was fair

The good news is that Hedda Martin now has the OK to get a heart transplant.

Her friends and family reported Wednesday that doctors will soon implant a left-ventricle assist device in the chest of the 60-year-old resident of Grand Rapids, Mich., to treat the congestive heart failure triggered by aggressive chemotherapy treatment for breast cancer. The device is a stopgap until a

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