Indian Transplant Newsletter Vol. I Issue NO.: 2 (February 1999)

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  • Cadver Transplant Activity in Delhi, Hyderabad and Bangalore (1995-1998)

    Cadver Transplant Activity in Delhi, Hyderabad and Bangalore (1995-1998) Delhi   AIIMS                       36 Kidneys 10 Hear...

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  • EDITORIAL DESK

    NEED FOR AMEDING THE TRANSPLANTATTION OF HUMAN ORGANS ACT OF 1994.  There is an overwhelming need to make certain amendments in the THO Act to give momentum to the flagging cadaver ...

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  • IN THE NEWS - INTERNATIONAL

    UNIQUE DIABETES CURE: A Michigan woman has become the first to undergo an experimental cell transplant that doctors hope  will lead  to a cure  for diabetes. The woman, Jacki...

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  • NATIONAL News

    A SUCCESSFUL LIVER TRANSPLANT IN CHENNAI The liver transplant activity livened up again when the successful liver transplant patient Chandra Sekar Pillay 50, went home  from Apollo Hospital...

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  • ORGAN ALLOCATION

    THE DEBATE  ON ALLOCATION             The two problems that eternally confront cadaver transplantation surgery are availability of org...

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  • The Interview…

    A gift that live on- A donor story There was no premonition, no warning of death lurking around the corner. There never is. It was a happy vanload of ladies and children that started out that mo...

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  • Transplant Co-ordinators

    THE PROMOTION AND ORGANISATION OF ORGAN AND TISSUSE DONATION IN THE SOUTH THAMES REGION,UNITED KINGDOM Jenny Warner Regional Transplant Coordinator I am fortunate to be one of five tra...

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  • Transplant Facts

    Transplant Facts Longest surviving kidney transplant patient -34 years Longest surviving liver transplant patient- 27 years Longest surviving heart transplant patient -22 years Longe...

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