The demand for livers to transplant is great; however, donors are in short supply. Fifteen percent of those on transplant waiting lists die before a liver becomes available. For the first time in the state, doctors at UNC Hospitals used a new approach - a living-related, adult-to-adult transplant. A daughter donated to her ailing sixty-seven-year-old mother. Both recovered. Doctors say this technique will supply up to one-third of the nation's needs.