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Anti-fibrotic treatments could help patients with chronically rejected lungs

A new study from the University of Michigan has found a possible reason for chronic rejection of transplanted lungs. Lungs are sometimes rejected due to bronchiolitis obliterans syndrome. The process causes scarring in the small...

source: By Chelsea Adams
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The 2018 American Transplant Congress Program Planning Committee is now accepting program proposals for scientific sessions to be held June 2-6 in Seattle, Washington. Proposals are due May 24, 2017.

source: ASTS

ASTS will hold its second Advanced Leadership Development Program (ALDP) September 24-27, 2017. Designed as the next stage of the popular ASTS Leadership Development Program (LDP), the ALDP builds upon key transplant business leadership lessons learned in the LDP. Registration...

source: ASTS

Please join us for special ASTS member events while you’re at the American Transplant Congress in Chicago next week.

source: ASTS

Since the earliest days of modern cancer care, the scientific community has waged a war against the ravages of this disease on multiple fronts. We've sought to increase survival for patients through prevention and early detection. We've...

source: MedPage Today

Administering a second dose of influenza vaccine 5 weeks after the initial vaccination made influenza vaccines more effective among patients who had received a solid organ transplant, according to researchers in Spain. "Solid...

source: Healio

Certain white blood cells play an important role in bringing BK polyomavirus under control after kidney transplantation. The results of a research group at the Department of Biomedicine at the University of Basel and University Hospital...



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