Liver Transplantation : NIDDK

Liver Transplantation

To improve long-term success and organ availability for liver transplantation as a treatment of acute and chronic liver failure and to provide a means to reliably diagnose, manage, treat, or prevent its major complications.

For more information, please see theĀ Action Plan for Liver Diseases Research, or contact Dr. Edward Doo, Director of the Liver Diseases Program.

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