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The Transplant Center offers all types of transplantation currently available, including heart, heart-lung, lung, kidney, kidney-pancreas, liver, liver-small bowel and bone marrow.
The Heart Transplant Program at the Massachusetts General Hospital Transplant Center offers comprehensive treatment, transplantation and care management options for patients with heart failure and other severe heart conditions.
The Kidney/Pancreas/Islet Transplant Programs at Massachusetts General Hospital provide new and unique treatment options for patients with end-stage renal disease (kidney failure) and/or type 1 diabetes.
The Massachusetts General Hospital Transplant Center has performed more adult and pediatric liver transplants than any other center in New England, and has maintained some of the best graft and patient survivals in the country.
The Lung Transplant Program at the Massachusetts General Hospital Transplant Center brings together state-of-the-art technology and leading-edge medical and surgical interventions to provide patients with individualized care before and after their lung transplants.
The Transplant Infectious Disease Program, part of the Massachusetts General Hospital Transplant Center, is a part of the life-long care provided to organ, bone marrow and stem cell transplant recipients and others with increased risk for infections.
The Transplant Psychiatry Program in the Massachusetts General Hospital Transplant Center is an important part of the comprehensive and life-long care provided to transplant patients and donors.
Extracorporeal membrane oxygenation (ECMO) is a specialized type of life support for the heart and lungs. Massachusetts General Hospital is a Center of Excellence for ECMO.
Left ventricular-assist devices (LVADs) aid the pumping ability of hearts in patients with advanced-stage heart failure.
Read the Transplant Center's award-winning patient education guide, Transplantation: What Do I Need to Know?
Advanced treatment options and quality care for patients of all ages with kidney disease.
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