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Types of Transplants

Heart Transplant at UPMCHeart Transplant

When advanced heart failure patients choose treatment through UPMC, they have access to the finest in therapeutic and surgical treatments, including transplantation and heart-assist devices.
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Intestinal Transplant at UPMCIntestinal Transplant

The Intestinal Rehabilitation and Transplantation Program provides a comprehensive range of services for patients diagnosed with severe gastrointestinal dysfunction or failure. Its team approach unites internationally recognized experts in areas of nutritional support, gastroenterology, and surgery.
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Kidney Transplant at UPMCKidney Transplant

Patients who have end-stage kidney disease, complications from diabetes, or both may be referred to UPMC's Kidney/Pancreas Transplantation Program for evaluation or surgery. This program offers traditional transplantation of the kidney donated from a deceased donor as well as living-donor surgery.
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Liver Transplant at UPMCLiver Transplant

Many "high-risk" patients, who have been turned down for transplantation elsewhere, find options and hope at UPMC. Even though it treats some of the most seriously ill patients, the program's survival rates are consistently higher than the national average.
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Lung Transplant at UPMCLung Transplant

UPMC boasts one of the oldest, most experienced centers in the world for lung and combined heart-lung transplantation. Since 1982, UPMC transplant specialists have performed more than 1,300 lung or heart-lung transplants, remaining one of the most active lung transplant centers in the world.
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Pancreas Transplant at UPMCPancreas Transplant

The Thomas E. Starzl Transplantation Institute provides isolated pancreas transplantation, as well as combined kidney-pancreas transplantation.
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Bone Marrow Transplant at UPMCBone Marrow Transplant

Bone marrow transplantation (also known as stem cell transplantation) may be used to treat a variety of diseases, including blood disorders and certain types of cancer. At UPMC, these services are provided through UPMC Cancer Centers. 
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Pediatric Transplant at Children's Hospital of Pittsburgh of UPMCPediatric Transplant

Children's Hospital of Pittsburgh of UPMC established the United States' first pediatric transplantation program 25 years ago under the guidance of transplant pioneer Thomas Starzl, MD, PhD.
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