Doctors from the Royal Liverpool Hospital have travelled to Gaza in the Middle East to carry out some of the regions first ever kidney transplants.
Currently no transplants can take place due to a shortage of medical supplies.
Consultant Abdul Hammad, whose family is Palestinian, started a project earlier this year. His colleagues Sanjay Mehra and Professor Derek Middleton were also part of the project.
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