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Pediatric Transplants

Meet Some of Our Patients

Pediatric Transplant Patients

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Bianca Karina
Transplanted on 10/2001
Melissa Gianna Andrew
  Melissa
TX:7/98

  Gianna
TX: 1/93
  Andrew
TX: 10/01
  Angela   Leann and mom   Nathan
  Angela
TX: 8/01
  Leanne & Mom
TX: 10/97

  Nathan
TX: 5/00
  Ashly   Sinjin   Josh
  Ashley
TX: 8/99

  Sinjin
TX: 11/94
  Josh
TX: 8/01
  David   Joseph   Mary
  David
TX: 4/01

  Joseph
TX: 6/00
  Mary
TX: 11/00
  Nicholas   Gavin and mom    
  Nicholas
TX: 11/94

  Gavyn & mom
TX 4/01
   

Important Notice

Photography for/by this media will only be allowed with the permission of the patient/parent/guardian and transplant coordinator. The patient/parent/guardian and person responsible for the photography will be required to sign the proper authorization and release as mandated by UCLA Media Services.

 


The United Network for Organ Sharing (UNOS) provides a toll-free patient services lines to help transplant candidates, recipients, and family members understand organ allocation practices and transplantation data. You may also call this number to discuss problems you may be experiencing with your transplant center or the transplantation system in general. The toll-free patient services line number is 1-888-894-6361

 

 

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