Byline: GUEST VIEWPOINT By Teri Kohley The Pacific Northwest Transplant Bank estimates that more than 7,500 Americans donate to organ banks each year.
What does PNTB stand for?
PNTB stands for Pacific Northwest Transplant Bank (Portland, OR)
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Mike Seeley, executive director of the Pacific Northwest Transplant Bank in Portland, said that while donation after inmates died of an injury or illness while in custody has been allowed, though rarely, even in Longo's region.
Louis, MO; At Large Organ Procurement Organization Representative (vote for one) - Elaine Berg, MPA, FACHE, New York Organ Donor Network, New York, NY, and Michael Seely, MS, CPTC, Pacific Northwest Transplant Bank, Portland, OR; Medical/Scientific Representatives (vote for two) - Jeffery Crippin, MD, Barnes-Jewish Hospital, St.