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Baudelot, Christian, Yvanie Caillé, Olivier Godechot, and Sylvie Mercier, 2016, « Renal Diseases and Social Inequalities in Access to Transplantation in France », Population-E, vol. 71, n°1, p. 23-51.

    Social inequalities in health are a major public concern. Some of these
    inequalities are currently not well documented, and are thus largely absent
    from debate. One important health issue is renal disease and access to
    the corresponding therapies (dialysis and renal transplant). These two
    therapeutic options have very different consequences in terms of labour
    market participation and physical well-being. Renal transplants offer
    patients an enhanced quality of daily life and a longer life expectancy, but
    this option is limited by organ availability. Here, drawing on two recent
    surveys, Christian Baudelot, Yvanie Caillé, Olivier Godechot and Sylvie
    Mercier examine socially differentiated access to these two therapies
    and explore the underlying mechanisms. At each stage in the disease
    and its treatment, a cumulative process puts the least educated patients
    at a disadvantage in terms of access to a kidney transplant.

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