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Welcome! Congratulations on deciding to learn more about kidney transplant and living donation. Whether you are a patient, family member, friend, potential donor, or healthcare provider, we are here to help.

Explore Transplant is a national consortium of leading experts in transplant, health literacy, and research. Our commitment is to provide you with the best education and decision-making tools available.

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It bears repeating -- and sharing: If you need a kidney or know someone who might, you need to know about the National Kidney Registry. The National Kidney Registry uses the power of technology and large pools of donor/recipient pairs to find better matches through “paired exchange.”
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Barriers to kidney transplant persist for veterans of the U.S. armed forces. A study in the Journal of the American Society of Nephrology found "there remain only seven VA kidney transplant programs nationally, with lower than expected rates of transplantation overall." #kidneytransplant #veterans /www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/30006419 ... See MoreSee Less

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INSIGHTS FROM KIDNEY RECIPIENTS, LIVING DONORS AND TRANSPLANT PROFESSIONALS

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    Patients with kidney failure have different options when choosing the treatment they feel is best for them, and it’s not always an easy choice to make. According to Dr. Amy Waterman, Associate Professor in the Division of Nephrology at UCLA, and Deputy Director of the Transplant Research and Education Center (TREC) at the Terasaki Research Institute, “Patients want to choose ... Read MoreLearn more
  • Putting Explore Transplant into action

    Putting Explore Transplant into action

    One of the ways we at the Transplant Research and Education Center serve kidney patients is through Explore Transplant, a multi-level consortium of the leading experts in transplant, and a key partner in this endeavor is Health Literacy Media (HLM). In order to get the educational tools we have developed to the people who need it most – the patients ... Read MoreLearn more
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    Amy and her husband Jerry at the Unyts Donate Life Walk with dear family friend Annie Keller and Amy’s mom, Diane Weimer. Amy and her family participated in the 2013 Donate Life Rose Parade Float. Clarence, New York — Amy Nash was diagnosed with end-stage renal disease during her senior year in college. In the mid-1980s, living donation outside of immediate family ... Read MoreLearn more