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Recipients of organ transplants at increased risk for broad range of cancers
Patients who have received a solid organ transplant, such as kidney, liver, heart or lung, have an overall cancer risk that is double that of the general population, with an increased risk for many different types of malignancies, according to a study in the Nov. (2011-11-01)
UK HealthCare surgeons are first to perform novel procedures prior to transplant
Surgeons at UK HealthCare recently became the first ever to perform two specific procedures together as a bridge to lung transplantation. (2011-10-31)
Heart transplant surgery safe and effective: A Canadian retrospective spanning 3 decades
Researchers at the University of Ottawa Heart Institute heart transplant program revealed results from 25 years of follow-up on a total of 461 transplant patients. (2011-10-24)
Joint preservation in osteoarthritis
Reconstructive surgical approaches can help delay endoprosthetic joint replacement in patients with osteoarthritis. (2011-10-21)
Successful pregnancy possible after kidney transplant
A new study recently published in the American Journal of Transplantation reveals that the ability to successfully carry a pregnancy after kidney transplantation is very high, with 73.5 percent live birth rates. (2011-10-20)
Genetically engineered pigs have brought us to the cusp of xenotransplantation
Xenotransplantation (the use of animal organs, tissues or cells in humans) has made great strides in the past decade. (2011-10-20)
Altering present criteria for matching donors and recipients could improve transplant survival
Selecting better matched recipients and donors than is currently required for umbilical-cord blood transplantation could substantially reduce transplant-related deaths. (2011-10-06)
Researchers devise index for predicting long-term survival after liver re-transplantation
UCLA researchers have identified eight risk factors for potential re-transplantation failure and, using mathematical modeling, developed a risk scoring system ranging from 0 to 12 to gauge the risk of re-transplantation failure. (2011-09-28)
High-risk donor livers used with greater frequency in transplantations
The shortage of available organs for transplantation has driven up use of high-risk donor livers. (2011-09-28)
Living donor liver transplantation improves survival over deceased donor transplants
New research shows liver transplantation candidates without hepatocellular carcinoma (HCC) derive a greater survival benefit from a living donor liver transplant (LDLT) than waiting for a deceased donor liver transplant (DDLT). (2011-09-27)
Cell Transplantation study shows bone growth from implanted tooth and dental pulp stem cells
Dental pulp stem cells and stem cells from deciduous teeth can be easily extracted from deciduous teeth, which are routinely lost in childhood and discarded. (2011-09-26)
FDA grants cardiotrophin-1 Orphan Drug status for acute liver failure treatment to Digna Biotech
Biotechnological company Digna Biotech announced that the Food and Drug Administration granted cardiotrophin-1 Orphan Drug status for use in the treatment of acute liver failure. (2011-09-22)
Time to stop giving toxic drugs to kidney transplant patients?
A new analysis has found that transplant patients can safely minimize or avoid using calcineurin inhibitors. (2011-09-22)
Anti-reflux surgery helps airway function both before and after lung transplant
Surgery to correct gastroesophageal reflux disease, or GERD, can preserve lung function in patients with end-stage pulmonary disease both before and after transplantation, according to a new study from the University of Pittsburgh School of Medicine. (2011-09-19)
Substitution of brand name with generic drug proves safe for transplant recipients
A new study published in the American Journal of Transplantation reveals that substitution of a brand name immunosuppressive drug with a generic (manufactured by Sandoz) for preventing rejection of transplanted organs appears to be safe for transplant recipients. (2011-09-13)
Changes to distribution of livers for transplant proposed
Transplantation specialists have proposed changes to the allocation and distribution of organs used for liver transplants. (2011-09-09)
First US patient receives specially processed donor lungs at the University of Maryland
Surgeons at the University of Maryland Medical Center have transplanted the first lungs treated in the United States with an experimental repair process before transplantation, to evaluate the efficacy of repairing lungs that might otherwise have been passed over as unsuitable for organ donation. (2011-09-07)
Researchers develop new way to predict heart transplant survival
Johns Hopkins researchers say they have developed a formula to predict which heart transplant patients are at greatest risk of death in the year following their surgeries, information that could help medical teams figure out who would benefit most from the small number of available organs. (2011-09-02)
Results of Spanish National Heart Transplant Registry
Postoperative outcomes of severe heart failure patients bridged with short-term VADs to urgent heart transplantation are significantly worse than those of patients bridged with conventional support, recent data of the Spanish National Heart Transplant Registry suggest. (2011-08-28)
Mural cells from saphenous vein could have long-term benefits in heart attacks
New research has found the transplantation of stem cells that reside in human veins can help in the recovery of a heart attack. (2011-08-25)
Stem cells derived from human amniotic fluid hold promise
Human amniotic fluid provides a rich source of stem cells that can be isolated and transplanted for therapeutic purposes. (2011-08-24)
Bone marrow transplantation may increase cancer resistance in patients
Bone marrow transplantation with genetically modified cells may prolong the period of cancer-free survival, suggests a study led by Dr. (2011-08-24)
USF researchers get $2.6 million NIH grant to investigate new post-stroke therapy
University of South Florida researchers have received a $2.6 million grant from the National Institutes of Health to investigate the potential for cells derived from human bone marrow to benefit post-stroke patients by repairing the blood-brain barrier, which prevents harmful substances in circulating blood from entering the brain while allowing passage of needed substances. (2011-08-11)
Younger black patients undergoing dialysis have higher risk of death compared to white patients
Even though overall black patients have a lower risk of death while receiving dialysis than white patients, this applies primarily to older adults, as black patients younger than 50 years of age have a significantly higher risk of death, according to a study in the Aug. (2011-08-09)
Out of body experience for stem cells may lead to more successful transplants
New research finds that growing blood stem cells in the laboratory for about a week may help to overcome one of the most difficult roadblocks to successful transplantation, immune rejection. (2011-08-04)
Leading animal scientist wins prestigious Marshall medal
A leading University of Nottingham animal scientist has been awarded one of the most prestigious medals in the field of animal reproductive biology. (2011-08-02)
Best post-transplant drug regimen identified for patients with new kidneys
Patients treated with tacrolimus (TAC) and mycophenolate mofetil (MMF) had lower rejection rates and better kidney function. (2011-07-29)
Single-dose H1N1 vaccine not reliable protection for pediatric liver-transplant patients
Researchers from Australia determined that pediatric liver transplant patients who received a single-dose of the H1N1 vaccine were not adequately protected against the virus compared to healthy children. (2011-07-26)
Study finds important risk factors for death/transplantation in children with heart muscle disease
Researchers have identified important risk factors for death and transplantation in children with dilated cardiomyopathy (heart muscle disease), according to results from a study supported by the National Heart, Lung, and Blood Institute of the National Institutes of Health. (2011-07-25)
Elimination of national kidney allocation policy improves minority access to transplants
A new study published in the American Journal of Transplantation reveals that since the elimination of the kidney allocation priority for matching for HLA-B on May 7, 2003, access to kidney transplantation for minorities has been improved. (2011-07-21)
U of M researchers improve method to create induced pluripotent stem cells
University of Minnesota Medical School researchers have developed a new strategy to improve the development of induced pluripotent stem cells (iPS). (2011-07-20)
Hebrew U. scientists show for first time how early human embryo acquires its shape
How is it that a disc-like cluster of cells transforms within the first month of pregnancy into an elongated embryo? (2011-07-19)
Study examines factors in pediatric kidney transplant rejection
Avoiding HLA-DR mismatching appears to be beneficial in pediatric kidney transplant patients, however the likelihood of finding a matching donor must be considered against the wait time for a possible donation, according to a report in the July issue of Archives of Surgery, one of the JAMA/Archives journals. (2011-07-18)
Bone marrow transplant survival more than doubles for young high-risk leukemia patients
Bone marrow transplant survival more than doubled in recent years for young, high-risk leukemia patients treated at St. (2011-07-14)
Hutchinson Center to lead research project to explore a potential cure for HIV infection
Whether a stem cell transplant using an HIV-infected person's own genetically modified immune cells can become a cure for the disease is the focus of a new $20 million, five-year research grant award announced today by the National Institutes of Health to Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research Center. (2011-07-11)
New model for studying germ cell tumors in testes enlists embryonic stem cells
Researchers offer a new model for studying the development of testicular germ cell tumors (TGCTs) based on transplanting embryonic stem cells into mouse seminiferous tubules, resulting in tumors with gene expressions and differentiation patterns similar to those found in TGCTs. (2011-07-11)
Organ transplantations: How big are the waiting lists really?
In a viewpoint published online first by the Lancet, organ transplantation experts discuss how waiting lists can be artificially inflated, since only a proportion of those listed as needing a transplant are actually ready to receive one (and it varies depending on the organ). (2011-07-11)
Neural stem progenitor cell transplantation's potential to aid spinal cord injury tested
A study investigating optimal routes for transplanting neural stem/progenitor cells in animal models of spinal cord injury compared safety and efficacy results of IL, IT and IV injection. (2011-07-11)
Scientists devise way to sort brain cells for potential transplants
As neural stem cell therapies move closer to clinical use, doctors will need to know that the brain cells they are providing really are what they think they are. (2011-07-06)
Many more lungs suitable for transplantation
Four patients now have new lungs thanks to a purpose-built machine used for the first time worldwide by Sahlgrenska University Hospital. (2011-06-30)
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