- American Association of Kidney Patients:
A national, nonprofit, membership-based, voluntary health organization providing
education, support and advocacy services to kidney patients and their families.
- American Diabetes Association:
An organization committed to preventing and curing diabetes and to improving
the lives of all people affected by diabetes.
- American Kidney Fund:
A national, voluntary health organization whose primary goal is to relieve
the often staggering financial burden associated with chronic kidney failure
through patient aid programs.
- American Liver Foundation:
A national, voluntary nonprofit health agency dedicated to preventing, treating
and curing hepatitis and all liver ailments.
- American Organ Transplant Association:
A nonprofit organization helping to make organ transplant surgery and aftercare
available to anyone who needs it.
- Children's Organ Transplant Association
: An association that works to ensure that no U.S. citizen
is ever denied a life-saving transplant or access to a transplant waiting
list due solely to a lack of funds.
- Insulin-Free World Foundation:
This foundation provides extensive information about pancreas and islet cell
transplantation and immunology.
- National Kidney Foundation:
This foundation works to prevent kidney and urinary tract diseases, improve
the health and well-being of individuals and families affected by these diseases
and increase the availability of all organs for transplantation.
- Transplant Experience
: The Transplant Experience program was
created to meet your specific needs throughout the transplant process.
- Transplant Recipients International Organization
: This organization is committed to improving the quality
of life of transplant candidates, donors and recipients and their families.
- TransWeb: This
is a nonprofit resource for the world transplant community, dedicated to promoting
donation and providing transplant education for patients, families, students
and professionals in the field.
- United Network for Organ
Sharing: This nonprofit organization maintains the nation's
organ transplant waiting list and is dedicated to advancing organ availability
and transplantation through education, technology and policy development.
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