Avid runner Kristine Stoehr was diagnosed with ARVD/C, she came to Johns Hopkins where she received a combined heart-liver transplantation.
Avid runner Kristine Stoehr started experiencing dangerous abnormal heart rhythms and was ultimately diagnosed with a rare condition called arrhythmogenic right ventricular dysplasia/cardiomyopathy (ARVD/C). As her disease progressed, increasingly damaging her heart as well as her liver.
She came to Johns Hopkins, where her care team determined her best option was a combined heart-liver transplantation. Learn how the Johns Hopkins Comprehensive Transplant Center helped Kristine get her life back on track.