Pancreas Transplant Program
The Emory Transplant Center is proud to share with you the continued excellent outcomes of our Kidney-Pancreas Transplant Program, based on data through January 2013.
The Kidney-Pancreas Transplant Program at Emory has one of the best transplant survival rates in the nation. Emory’s one-year patient survival rate for kidney/pancreas transplantation is 94.12%, with a graft survival rate of 94.12% for kidney and 88.24% for pancreas.
*Results are based on the cohort of transplants performed 01/01/10 – 06/30/12.
Current research underway at Emory includes identifying methods for improving patient outcomes for pancreas transplant recipients – examining the use of the drug cyclosporine as well as newer drugs such as anti-T-cell agents, novel surgical techniques, and the selection of healthier transplant recipients.
For more data and information on kidney-pancreas transplant survival rates, visit theScientific Registry of Transplant Recipients, a database of transplantation statistics.
Emory's transplant programs continue to provide excellent transplant outcomes in patient and graft survival rates.
Research & Clinical Trials
We offer an exceptionally active research and development program that is seamlessly integrated into the clinical program.
Kidney Transplant Video Gallery
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Mason Guest House
The Mason Guest House is a private retreat that offers low-cost housing for organ transplant candidates, recipients, living donors and their families.
How Can We Help You Today?
Need help? We will be delighted to assist you today, so please call us at 404-778-7777. We look forward to hearing from you.