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VUMC reaches new milestone after performing 2,000th liver transplant

VUMC reaches new milestone after performing 2,000th liver transplant

Study examines risk of using liver organs from hepatitis C positive donors

Study examines risk of using liver organs from hepatitis C positive donors

Increased use of split liver transplantation could decrease pediatric waitlist deaths

Increased use of split liver transplantation could decrease pediatric waitlist deaths

Study finds rise in pregnancy rates among women with chronic liver disease

Study finds rise in pregnancy rates among women with chronic liver disease

Kidney failure linked to lower quality of life, psychosocial challenges in young adults

Kidney failure linked to lower quality of life, psychosocial challenges in young adults

Families stop donation of organs from deceased relatives who are registered donors

Families stop donation of organs from deceased relatives who are registered donors

Cascade of costs could push new gene therapy above $1 million per patient

Cascade of costs could push new gene therapy above $1 million per patient

Surgeries performed later in the day linked to increased risk of complications

Surgeries performed later in the day linked to increased risk of complications

New study uncovers 13 previously-unknown genetic risk variants for restless legs syndrome

New study uncovers 13 previously-unknown genetic risk variants for restless legs syndrome

Calcium controls use of glucose by T cells to multiply and battle against infection, study finds

Calcium controls use of glucose by T cells to multiply and battle against infection, study finds

Limiting damage after donation could reduce discard rate of organs, study shows

Limiting damage after donation could reduce discard rate of organs, study shows

Study uncovers differences in bacterial composition of healthy vs. cancerous breast tissue

Study uncovers differences in bacterial composition of healthy vs. cancerous breast tissue

Study to determine lowest dose of chemotherapy needed for babies with SCID

Study to determine lowest dose of chemotherapy needed for babies with SCID

Donor organs labeled as increased risk less likely to be used by transplant patients

Donor organs labeled as increased risk less likely to be used by transplant patients

Moms of children with rare genetic illness push for wider newborn screening

Moms of children with rare genetic illness push for wider newborn screening

Gene therapy effectively stabilizes progression of cerebral adrenoleukodystrophy, trial reveals

Gene therapy effectively stabilizes progression of cerebral adrenoleukodystrophy, trial reveals

Wake Forest Baptist receives NIH grants to study risks associated with kidney transplants

Wake Forest Baptist receives NIH grants to study risks associated with kidney transplants

Researchers develop new surgical screws from human bone material

Researchers develop new surgical screws from human bone material

Surgical screws being developed from donated human bone material

Surgical screws being developed from donated human bone material

First-ever treatment for Merkel cell carcinoma receives approval in Japan

First-ever treatment for Merkel cell carcinoma receives approval in Japan