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Article ID: 698531

Advancing Transplantation: Hepatitis C-infected Organs Safe for Transplantation When Followed by Antiviral Treatment

Perelman School of Medicine at the University of Pennsylvania

Penn Team Eradicates Hepatitis C in 20 Patients Following Lifesaving Transplants from Infected Donors

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Article ID: 698560

New Research Opens Door to Expanding Stem Cells Available for Transplants

Stowers Institute for Medical Research

Researchers from the Stowers Institute for Medical Research and collaborators have identified a way to expand blood-forming, adult stem cells from human umbilical cord blood (hUCB).

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Heart Transplant Patient Hooked Up to Machines to Walk Daughter Down Aisle to Take Part in Transplant Games of America

Houston Methodist

Heart transplant patient who had to be hooked up to machines to walk his daughter down the aisle will compete in Olympic-style sporting events at this year's Transplant Games of America.

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Article ID: 698335

Blood Samples Used to Investigate Adaptive Repair Mechanisms of Transplanted Kidneys

Wake Forest Baptist Medical Center

Researchers at Wake Forest Baptist Medical Center have shown that gene expression analysis of blood samples taken from the recipients of transplanted kidneys can be used to better understand the mechanisms that promote repair and regeneration of the transplanted organs.

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Vanderbilt Transplant Center Leads Way in Using Hearts from Hepatitis C Donors

Vanderbilt University Medical Center

Medical teams at the Vanderbilt Transplant Center (VTC) are leading the way in utilization of hepatitis C-exposed donors for heart transplantation.

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Article ID: 698239

Nation’s longest single-site kidney chain reaches 100

University of Alabama at Birmingham

High-tech medicine and human kindness combine in UAB’s ongoing kidney chain, a series of transplant surgeries that have given 101 people a new lease on life.

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Researcher Finds Risk of Later Death After Donor Blood, Marrow Transplant in Childhood

University of Alabama at Birmingham

While blood and marrow transplants can save the life of a pediatric cancer patient, research out of the University of Alabama at Birmingham found that those patients may be at an increased risk of premature death even years or decades after the procedure as compared with the general population.

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Article ID: 697454

Organ Transplant Patients Have Increased Skin Cancer Risk

American Academy of Dermatology

While people of any skin tone can develop skin cancer, specific risk factors in organ transplant patients may vary based on their race.

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Vanderbilt Opens Telemedicine Clinic for Kidney Transplant Screening

Vanderbilt University Medical Center

With the opening of a pre-transplant kidney evaluation clinic in Jackson, Tennessee, the Vanderbilt Transplant Center is joining a range of other clinical programs participating in telemedicine at Vanderbilt University Medical Center (VUMC).

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Article ID: 696809

Older Patients with Knee Pain May Benefit from Allograft Transplant Technique

American Orthopaedic Society for Sports Medicine (AOSSM)

Knee pain in active patients over 40 is often difficult to treat but according to researchers presenting their work today at the American Orthopaedic Society for Sports Medicine’s (AOSSM) Annual Meeting in San Diego utilizing a special kind of allograft may be a step in the right direction.

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