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    Indigenous People Have The Highest Rate Of Kidney Disease But Are The Least Likely To Get A Transplant

    Advocacy Groups Say Reforms To Organ Donation Failing Indigenous Australians.

    In 2014 the demand for kidney transplants was higher than any other organ in Australia, and while the Aboriginal community had the highest rates of chronic kidney disease in the country they were also the least likely to receive a transplant.

    Organ donation advocacy groups say the federal government's failure to reform the system has failed the Indigenous community.

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