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  1. Heart Transplant by Andrew Vachss, 2010-11-02
  2. Core Curriculum for Transplant Nurses (Critical Care Nursing ( Clochesy)) by ITNS, 2007-08-31
  3. Raising the Dead: Organ Transplants, Ethics, and Society by Ronald Munson, 2004-10-14
  4. Transplant Infections by Raleigh A. Bowden, 2010-05-03
  5. The Match: Complete Strangers, a Miracle Face Transplant, Two Lives Transformed by Susan Whitman Helfgot, 2010-10-12
  6. Strange Harvest: Organ Transplants, Denatured Bodies, and the Transformed Self by Lesley A. A. Sharp, 2006-10-04
  7. On the List: Fixing America's Failing Organ Transplant System by Steve Farber, Harlan Abrahams, 2009-08-18
  8. Plug & Transplant Production: A Grower?s Guide by Roger C. Styer, David S. Koranski, 1997-01-01
  9. The Ethics of Organ Transplants: The Current Debate (Contemporary Issues) by Arthur L. Caplan, 1999-03
  10. Transplant: From Myth to Reality by Dr. Nicholas L. Tilney M.D., 2003-09-01
  11. Hothouse Transplants by Matt Duffy, 1997-09
  12. Troubled Transplants: Unconventional Strategies for Helping Disturbed Foster and Adopted Children by Richard J. Delaney Ph.D., Frank R. Kunstal Ed.D., 1997
  13. The Puzzle People: Memoirs Of A Transplant Surgeon by Thomas Starzl, 2003-11-30
  14. Manual of Lung Transplant Medical Care (Transplant Care Series) by Hertz, 2002-01-25

1. Transplants
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2. Transplant - Wikipedia, The Free Encyclopedia
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3. National Foundation For Transplants
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  • Learn More NFT has a staff of 12 with more than 72 years combined experience in serving transplant patients NFT has a single purpose: helping patients overcome financial hurdles to their transplant. NFT has raised from $5,000 to $600,000 in individual transplant campaigns from Maine to Guam. Learn more about our fundraising assistance :: Latest Transplant News CarePages Make Communication Easy
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    Home Away From Home Helps Transplant Patients
    Transplant patients have one less financial concern thanks to Roche. Patients and their caregivers may receive free lodging when they need to travel to transplant centers.
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    WHO Proposes Global Agenda on Transplantation
    Reports on 'transplant tourism' show that it makes up an estimated 10% of global transplantation practices.
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    Two Patients Benefit from One Donated Liver
    One donor liver saves two lives as a young woman agrees to share her donated liver with ill baby girl.
  • 4. Transplants News & Organ Donations News From Medical News Today
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    28 May 2008 The risk of contracting a Clostridium difficile infection following operations for which a "prophylactic" antibiotic is given to prevent infection is 21 times greater now than it was just a decade ago, according to...
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    Putting A Stop To Human Traffic

    26 May 2008 Trade in people is not a new phenomenon, but the modern manifestation of slavery, according to US researchers. However, writing in the Journal of Global Business Advancement, they point out that human trafficking and trade...
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    Risk Of Diabetes May Be Increased By Anti-Rejection Drug Administered After Kidney Transplant

    23 May 2008 For patients undergoing kidney transplantation, treatment with the anti-rejection drug sirolimus may lead to an increased risk of diabetes, reports a study in the July Journal of the American Society of Nephrology (JASN)...

    5. Welcome To UK Transplant
    Supports transplant units throughout the United Kingdom and the Republic of Ireland. Includes information about transplants, donor cards and the NHS organ
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    7. Hair Transplant? Be Careful! Hair Transplants Can Be Great, If You Find The Righ
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    8. Your Orthopaedic Connection: Meniscal Transplants
    It s called a meniscal transplant, and it uses donor tissue to replace the damaged meniscus. This procedure is still relatively uncommon and is not

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    10. Partial Face Transplants Pictures Gallery - Photoshop Partial Face Transplants P
    Even if full face transplants become successful, politicians will never accept them. It s just too expensive to get transplants on two faces.
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    11. National Kidney Foundation: A To Z Health Guide Item
    Many patients feel that a successful kidney transplant provides a better quality There are two types of kidney transplants those that come from living

    12. Transplants
    Links to information on all types of transplantation, including bone marrow, heart, kidney, liver and stem cell transplants, and also xenotransplantation.
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    Follow the links below to find information on transplantation, including bone marrow, heart, kidney, liver and stem cell tranplants, and also xenotransplantation. Updated January 2008 Printer friendly page
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    13. Hair Transplant In Miami, Florida | Hair Transplants New York discusses the hair transplant procedure with pages about hair surgery, hair replacement, hair transplant photos, hair transplant cost and more
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    Natural results for your hair transplant discusses the hair transplant procedure with pages about hair surgery, hair replacement, hair transplant photos, hair transplant cost and more. Hair transplant results: As one of only 30 doctors worldwide accepted in the IAHRS, 70% of Dr. Epstein's hair transplant patients travel to his Miami and New York City clinic for their hair restoration procedure. Click here to learn more.
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    15. Organ Transplants From Animals: Examining The Possibilities
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    by Rebecca D. Williams "You'll need a liver transplant," Dr. Zeno says. She scribbles quickly on her prescription pad and dates it: April 17, 2025. "Take this to the hospital pharmacy and we'll schedule the surgery for Friday morning." The patient sighshe's visibly relieved that his body will be rid of hepatitis forever. "What kind of liver will it be?" he asks. "Well, it's from a pig," Zeno replies. "But it will be genetically altered with your DNA. Your body won't even know the difference." Obviously, this is science fiction. But according to some scientists, it could be a reality someday. An animal organ, probably from a pig, could be genetically altered with human genes to trick a patient's immune system into accepting it as its own flesh and blood. Called "xenotransplants," such animal-to-human procedures would be lifesaving for the thousands of people waiting for organ donations. There have been about 30 experimental xenotransplants since the turn of the century. Rebuilding Bodies Xenotransplants are on the cutting edge of medical science, and some scientists think they hold the key not only to replacing organs, but to curing other deadly diseases as well.

    16. Lymphoma Information Network - Bone Marrow And Stem Cell Transplants
    Information and resources on bone marrow and peripheral blood stem cell transplants, especially on how they relate to lymphoma treatment.
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    Bone Marrow and Stem Cell Transplants to Treat Lymphoma
    Bone Marrow Transplants (BMTs) and their cousin the Peripheral Blood Stem Cell Transplant (PBSCT) are moving from the clinical trial area to mainstream treatment for many cancers, including Hodgkin's Disease and Medium/High grade ( aggressive Non-Hodgkin's lymphoma . Transplants are used often for patients who relapse from standard chemotherapy. Bone marrow transplantation (BMT) has been used to treat lymphoma for over ten years, much of that time on a trial basis but now much more in the mainstream. Sometimes lymphoma becomes resistant to treatment with radiation therapy or chemotherapy. Very high doses of chemotherapy may then be used to treat the cancer. Because the high doses of chemotherapy can destroy the patient's bone marrow, marrow is taken from the bones before treatment. The marrow is then frozen, and the patient is given high-dose chemotherapy with or without radiation therapy to treat the cancer. The marrow that was taken out is then thawed and given back through a needle in a vein to replace the marrow that was destroyed. This type of transplant is called an autologous transplant. If the marrow given is taken from another person, the transplant is called an

    17. Transplant Week - Online News About Organ Transplants, Transplantation And Trans
    Transplant Week Online news about organ transplants, transplantation and transplant donations. Updated daily, with information on developments in
    Guide to Centers Now Totally Updated for 2001 Transplants Transplant Week News for June 2004 News will be aired here as we get it while it's "news" Transplant Week News for May 2004 Albany Fined for Exaggerating Plight of Heart Transplant Patients
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    19. Howstuffworks "How Organ Transplants Work"
    Today, most organ transplants are relatively safe procedures. Learn about living and cadaverous organ donors and how organs are matched to recipients. RSS Make HowStuffWorks your homepage Get Newsletter Search HowStuffWorks and the web:
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    See more organ transplant pictures Sixty years ago, scientists were on the cusp of a revolutionary scientific breakthrough. In the preceding decades, researchers had had some success transplanting organs in animals, and there had even been a few failed attempts at human organ transplants. Numerous studies showed that human organ transplantation was feasible, and that it would be enormously beneficial to thousands of patients, but nobody had been able to make it work. Success finally came in the early 1950s, when several

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    Nov 26, 2007 A new treatment might allow patients to avoid some of the grueling side effects of bone marrow transplants. Researchers reported in the 23
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