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Transplantation can allow people to live healthy and happy lives. While it is true that some important problems are behind you once you are transplanted, many new challenges will arise. To stay healthy, one has to adapt and pay attention to the various changes to your health, while planning for and responding to them accordingly. Below you will find resources to help you along the transplant journey.For a list of all NKF publications on transplant, visit our A to Z Health Guide
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American Academy of Dermatology
Anti-rejection meds put transplant recipients at greater risk for skin cancer. Learn how to prevent and detect skin cancer.
Israel Penn International Transplant Tumor Registry
Information for organ recipients who develop transplant-related malignancies
National Transplantation Pregnancy Registry
Studies the outcomes of pregnancies in female transplant recipients and those fathered by male transplant recipients.
Scientific Registry of Transplant Recipients
National database for transplant statistics.
Connect with others in the transplant community to create friendships, get & give support, increase awareness through advocacy & much more.