Welcome to Transplants News
As we face a growing gap between those in need and those who give, it is vital to educate readers on the importance of becoming an organ, tissue and bone marrow donor. This site will continue the constant battle to raise awareness for the need of organ donors by educating readers on the ever-changing world of transplantation, but will also inspire readers with amazing stories of research, technology and innovation in transplants, garnering more success than ever before. Transplants News encourages readers to educate themselves on transplantation not as a miracle treatment, but as an emerging field of medicine with a great deal of potential.
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- Being An Organ Recipient
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Chris Klug: From Organ Transplant Survivor to Olympic Snowboarder
BEING AN ORGAN RECIPIENT After being on a waiting list for almost six years Chris Klug received a second chance at life on July 28, 2000.
6 Things You Need to Know About Financing a Transplant
BEING AN ORGAN RECIPIENT The success of transplantation includes having a realistic financial plan.
Teen VAD Recipient Says She’ll Dance Again
BEING AN ORGAN RECIPIENT Heart failure is very rare in children, but unfortunately the prevalence of this condition is increasing.