Alvin Wee, MD, discusses case details and the policy that aims to make organ transplantation more equitable for people living with HIV.
New data reinforce the utilization of kidneys for transplant from deceased donors with COVID-19.
An unusual case of donor-derived renal cell carcinoma in a kidney allograft should serve to raise awareness of the possibility, but not to discourage people from kidney donation.
A new report suggests that otherwise healthy kidneys from deceased donors infected with SARS-CoV-2 are suitable for transplant.
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An enhanced level of care, from the patient’s first evaluation to post-discharge follow-ups, is key to successful kidney transplant outcomes.