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Stem Cell Transplantation (Blood and Marrow)

See Blood and Lymphatic Systems

Bone and Tissue Transplantation

See Musculoskeletal System

Corneal Transplantation

See Eye Diseases

Neural Transplantation

See Brain and Nervous System

Organ Transplantation

(Jump to: General Information | Specific Transplantations | After the Transplant | Before the Transplant | Organizations | Organ Donation | Patient Guides | Transplantation Immunology )

United Network for Organ Sharing (UNOS)
Organ Procurement and Transplantation Network(OPTN)
California Transplant Donor Network (CTDN)

General Information
Transplantation:Merck Manual, Home Edition
Organ Donation and Transplantation:National Women's Health Information Center
Pediatric Transplantation:UNOS
Support, Advocacy and Financial Assistance:National Foundation for Transplants
Transplantation Articles:eMedicine
Xenotransplantation (Cross-Species Transplants):eMedicine
National Transplant Statistics:Scientific Registry of Transplant Recipients
Organ Transplantation:MedlinePlus

Patient Guides
What Every Patient Needs to Know:UNOS [PDF]
Partnering With Your Transplant Team: The Patient's Guide to Transplantation:HRSA
Organ Transplants: What Every Kid Needs to Know:UNOS [PDF, for Kids]

Organ Donation    
Understanding Donation:Donate Life America
Organ Donation and Transplantation Save Lives:US Dept of Heath & Human Services
Find Out How to Become a Donor:Donate Life America
Organ & Tissue Donor Registry:Donate Life California
Can Anyone Be An Organ Donor?: Facts About Living Organ Donation:American Society of Transplantation [PDF]
Organ Donation: Don't Let These Myths Confuse You:Mayo Clinic
Living Donation:UNOS
Organ Donation:MedlinePlus

Before the Transplant
Before the Transplant: Living With Devices:UNOS
Before the Transplant: About Organ Allocation:UNOS
Before the Transplant: Getting on the List:UNOS
Before the Transplant: Selecting a Hospital:UNOS
Before the Transplant: Financing a Transplant:UNOS
Before the Transplant: Preparing for a Transplant:UNOS

After the Transplant
Medications: Protecting Your Transplant:UNOS
Pregnancy After Transplant:UNOS
Staying Healthy With Your New Transplant – Preventing Rejection:UNOS
Staying Healthy With Your New Transplant – Infections and Your Immunity:UNOS
Staying Healthy With Your New Transplant – Health Concerns:UNOS
Staying Healthy With Your New Transplant – Diet and Exercise:UNOS
Staying Healthy With Your New Transplant – Contacting Your Donor Family:UNOS

Transplantation Immunology
Graft versus Host Disease, see Blood and Lymphatic Systems, Graft versus Host Disease

Index to Specific Organ Transplantations
Heart and Heart/Lung Transplantation
Intestine Transplantation
Islet Cell Transplantation
Kidney and Kidney/Pancreas Transplantion
Liver Transplantation
Lung Transplantation
Pancreas Transplantation

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