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Figure S1: Waitlist, posttransplant and overall death percentages by MELD at transplant and blood group. (A) Waitlist mortality: Blood group O has higher waitinglist death rate than non-O (p = 0.018). The trend of change in waitlist death when MELD increases is not different between blood group O and non-O (p = 0.98). (B) Overall mortality: Overall death rate is not different between blood group O and non-O (p = 0.10). The trend of change in overall death when MELD increases is not different between blood group O and non-O (p = 0.24). (C) Posttransplant mortality: Posttransplant death rate is not different between blood group O and non-O (p = 0.80). The trend of change in posttransplant death when MELD increases is not different between blood group O and non-O (p = 0.25).

Table S1: Proportion of HCC patients on waitlist and receiving LT by DSA. Quartiles were determined as in Table 1. The percentage of HCC patients listed for LT and receiving a transplant were calculated relative to the non-HCC using the formula as shown [(HCC/HCC + non-HCC) × 100]

Table S2: Comparison of transplant characteristics between blood types for HCC. This table stratifies the HCC population into (A) candidates with blood group O and (B) HCC candidates with all other blood groups combined. The characteristics are listed in analogy to Table 2

Table S3: Comparison of transplant characteristics between blood types for non-HCC. Here the transplant characteristics of non-HCC candidates are divided into (A) candidates with blood group O and (B) HCC candidates with non-O blood groups

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