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The Transplant Research Center conducts interdisciplinary transplant research in solid organs, blood and bone marrow, and reconstruction.
The center has research programs in transplant for blood and bone marrow, face, hand, heart, kidney and pancreas, liver, lung, and regenerative medicine.
Mayo Clinic offers numerous clinical trials spanning a wide range of transplant concerns, including medications, quality of life, complications and more.
Keep up to date on news and information from Mayo Clinic related to all aspects of transplant research and patient transplant stories.
Mayo Clinic is the largest integrated transplant provider in the U.S., with expert care and services at its three campuses in Arizona, Florida and Minnesota.
Contact the Transplant Research Center with inquiries about research, patient appointments and tax-deductible donations.
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