Your Transplant is Just the Beginning
We are committed to our patients and will follow them for many years after the transplant is “done.” We also work very closely with your child’s pediatrician or primary care physician to help them understand his or her special health care needs. Information on immunizations, medications and signs of possible long-term effects are part of the concerns we share with your child’s physicians.
Our transplant team understands the importance of long-term side effects, how to monitor them and how to find them early. We are active in ongoing research in ways to improve supportive care during and after the transplant procedure to provide the best quality of life possible for our patients.