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Transplants from 2001

  1. I have been deeply disturbed over what I am hearing about pancreas transplants and cures not being available to those of us who have not yet developed complications. (1 Nov 2001)
  2. Since my son continues to make insulin and does not have the antibodies, does that make him a good candidate for islet replacement therapy? (30 Jul 2001)
  3. Would an islet transplant be suitable for my 171/2 year old nephew? (21 Jun 2001)
  4. My friend needs a pancreas transplant, and the specialists are not optimistic about her survival. Is there anything that can be done to help? (5 Mar 2001)

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