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Lung Transplant

Outcomes: Lung Transplant

Despite taking on some of the most challenging cases the lung transplant program at Barnes-Jewish Hospital has achieved very strong survival rates. Excellent outcomes achieved by our team are a result of:
  • Selection of the most appropriate transplant candidates
  • World-renowned medical and surgical transplant specialists
  • Extensive experience in caring for end-stage lung disease and lung transplant patients
  • Rigorous pursuit of leading-edge therapies and promising new drugs
  • Availability of advanced expertise in nearly every specialty

For more information on the lung transplant program at Barnes-Jewish Hospital, call .

LAM Clinic

LAM, or lymphangioleiomyomatosis, is a rare lung disease that primarily affects women in their early 40s. Barnes-Jewish Hospital is one of just over 20 centers to have a clinic devoted to treating the disease. Find out more in this "Innovate" podcast with Adrian Shifren, MD, Washington University pulmonologist at Barnes-Jewish Hospital.

 

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