Trial hopes to show that temporary placement of a donor uterus can allow appropriately selected young women to bear children, a concept proven successful in a small European trial
Cleveland Clinic researchers have discovered the reason why some liver transplant patients can stop their immunosuppressive medication safely. New article reveals details about immune control mechanisms.
Cleveland Clinic is poised to launch the first U.S. study in which human liver transplant patients receive donor livers preserved using normothermic ex vivo perfusion.
John Fung, MD, PhD, the newly named Director of Cleveland Clinic Health System Center for Transplantation, received the 2015 Thomas E. Starzl Prize, an award given annually to an international leader in organ transplantation.