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George V. Mazariegos, M.D. Director Pediatric Transplantation Children's Hospital of Pittsburgh Since the first successful liver transplantation was ...
This letter is from Mabel Burkholder from PA, mother of 3 MSUD children. Kathryn is 16 years old and free of MSUD symptoms after a liver transplant 8 ...
Dr. Holmes Morton MD and Kevin A. Strauss MD Clinic for Special Children THE EFFECT OF LIVER TRANSPLANTS ON MAPLE SYRUP DISEASE: In May 2005 Dr. Geo...
In May 2003, Jakob was evaluated for liver transplantation at Pittsburgh Children's Hospital (PCH). After a long road of disappointment, we found our ...
We decided that we would like to look into the option of Liver Transplant for our son Zachary. We wanted to make sure we had all the facts regarding t...
Robert Squires, M.D., Professor of Pediatrics, University of Pittsburgh Clinical Director, Gastroenterology/Hepatology, Children's Hospital of Pittsbu...
George Mazariegos, MD Children’s Hospital of Pittsburgh Dr. Mazariegos treated attendees to an exciting update on liver transplantation as a treatm...
  Transplantee families enjoyed an informal gathering at the Residence Inn, sharing information and stories. Patients and families reunited with doc...
Monica Falconer, mother to Marlon, 6 years old, transplanted on 3/31/06 Coordinator of the Spanish MSUD Chat & Support Group It has been four years s...
Mónica Falconer, madre de Marlon, 6 años, MSUD, transplantado 31/01/06 Coordinadora del Grupo de Charla y Apoyo en Español monicazf@yahoo.com Ya h...
Me at an archeological dig! Age 23, transplanted 1/06 On January 2, 2008, at 6 am, I boarded an Israir plane with 19 other young adults, many of w...
Our family first learned about MSUD when our daughter, Louisa, was 6 days old. The day before, she had been admitted to Hershey Medical Center because...
Shrill cries, semi-comatose condition, feed rejection & hospital as first home, is something which many of us may have encountered over the course of ...
  Marlon, with parents Marlon was diagnosed with classic MSUD at three days of age, through the newborn screening available to all newborns in the s...
Remember when no one ever heard of MSUD? Now it’s encouraging to see how clinicians and researchers from all around the world are looking for ways t...
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