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Transplant programs

Transplant programs

Children’s Hospital of Wisconsin has been a pioneer in pediatric heart, liver, kidney and bone marrow transplants for more than three decades now – helping hundreds of children with end-stage diseases survive and thrive.

Transplant programs at Children’s

The transplant process is an ongoing physical and emotional journey for you and your family. However, if your child suffers from a chronic disease that could lead to organ failure and all other treatment options have been exhausted, a transplant may be the best and only choice.

Our approach to pediatric transplant is multidisciplinary and family-focused. We strive to build a partnership between your family and our team of specialists so your family has the information and support needed through the whole process.

Transplant programs

Conditions

  • Many conditions can lead to a transplant. Some of the most common conditions include:
    • Congenital heart-disease
    • Pediatric heart failure
    • Cardiomyopathy
    • Acute liver failure
    • Chronic liver disease
    • Chronic kidney disease
    • Metabolic disorders
    • Leukemia
    • Lymphomas
    • Hemophagocytic lymphohistiocytosis
    • Primary immunodeficiency
    • Severe aplastic anemia
    • Sickle cell anemia
    • Thalassemia
    Read more about transplants >>

Research

  • Not only does Children’s Hospital of Wisconsin provide life-saving transplants for children in need of heart, kidney and liver transplants, but it also conducts cutting-edge research to improve patients’ outcomes.

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Brandon's story

Brandon underwent surgery for hypoplastic left heart syndrome, but his heart was too fragile. It became clear he needed a transplant. See more patient stories.