Patient Resources and FAQs

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A lung transplant is a therapy for late-stage lung disease, when the patient’s lungs cannot sustain themselves. There are several situations in which a lung transplant may be considered. These include, but are not limited to:

In general, patients with lung cancer are not eligible for transplants. However, this depends on the type of lung cancer. Some patients may require a heart-lung transplant. You are encouraged to speak with your doctor or a member of our transplant team to explore your options.

Getting to Transplant


Life Post Transplant

These downloadable PDFs are resources designed to help you learn about the new responsibilities and changes you will experience, following lung transplantation.