Initial results from two newly published studies help confirm that liver transplant is a viable option for certain patients with colorectal cancer liver metastasis who aren’t otherwise candidates for surgery.Read More
Leading-edge surgical approaches are enabling Cleveland Clinic’s living donor liver transplant program to safely and successfully utilize small-size donor grafts, especially left lobes. Here’s how.
Cleveland Clinic’s recently launched laparoscopic living donor hepatectomy for liver transplant program has rapidly progressed to become the nation’s most active provider. A new report reviews the program’s progress and explains the steps necessary for success.
Coordination among an international team of experts has enabled the Florida hospital team to perform over 1,000 solid organ transplants in seven years.
Findings from Cleveland Clinic’s experience can inform other transplant centers of relative costs and aid in decision-making regarding referral of patients with comorbidities like hepatopulmonary syndrome.
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A look at our growing program, offering hepatitis C-infected organs to hepatitis C-negative transplant candidates.
Cleveland Clinic Florida’s Transplant Program doubles its staff, experiences exponential growth, is active on the research front and is taking on complex cases – all with shorter wait times.