Transplant

An organ transplant involves replacing a failing organ with a healthy organ from another person.

Transplant Information

www.webmd.com/a-to-z-guides/organ-transplant-overview

Medications For Transplant

Cellcept

Website www.cellcept.com/

Patient Support 1–888–754–7651

Gengraf

Website www.abbvie.com

Patient Support 1-800-222-6885

Myfortic

Website www.myfortic.com

Patient Support 1-800-245-5356

Neoral

Website www.neoral.com/

Patient Support 1-800-245-5356

Prograf

Website www.prograf.com/

Patient Support  1-800-727-7003

Rapamune

Website www.rapamune.com/

Patient Support 1-866-391-9859

Transplant Resources

Transplant Living

A resource created by UNOS (United Network for Organ Sharing). They bring together hundreds of transplant and organ procurement professionals and thousands of volunteers for one purpose: to save lives through organ donation and transplantation. www.transplantliving.org

American Transplant Foundation

The mission of the American Transplant Foundation is to save lives by reducing the growing list of women, men, and children who are waiting for a transplant. They have lots of resources and information on their website. www.americantransplantfoundation.org/

 

 

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