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Liver Transplant Patient Symposium

If you are considering a liver transplant or being a living donor, you probably have a lot of questions. Johns Hopkins transplant experts presented a free educational seminar to potential liver transplant recipients as well as living donors. Their presentations focused on liver disease, live donation, donor evaluation and criteria, and general information on liver transplantation. The full symposium is presented in online videos below.

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Introduction to Liver Disease          

Andrew Cameron, M.D.
Surgical Director of Liver Transplantation
Associate Professor of Surgery

Introduction to Liver Disease

Benefits of Live Donation          

Benjamin Philosophe, M.D.
Clinical Chief of Division of Transplantation
Professor (PAR) of Surgery

Benefits of Living Donor Transplantation

Living Donor Medical Evaluation

Ayman Koteish, M.D.
Assistant Professor of Medicine

Live Liver Donation: The Medical Work Up

Surgery and Recovery              

Nabil Dagher, M.D.
Director, Living Donor Transplantation
Assistant Professor of Surgery

Living Donor Liver Transplantation from OR to Recovery

Living Donor Advocate and Psychosocial Evaluation

Mary Kaiser, MSW
Clinical Social Worker
Living Donor Advocate

Independent Living Donor Advocate and Psychosocial Evaluation

Living Donor Testimonial           

Steven Sindler
Living Donor to Daughter

Testimonial from a Living Donor
 

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