A Midlands doctor is calling for a radical approach to increase the number of black and Asian people donating their organs.
According to Dr Adnan Sharif, a kidney consultant at the Queen Elizabeth Hospital in Birmingham, the UK should consider a scheme where priority for surgery is given to people already on the organ donor register.
He says there has been a 'huge failure' to boost organ donation rates among Asian and other ethnic minority groups.
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