If you or a loved one has end-stage liver disease, and standard medical and surgical therapies no longer work, a liver transplant may be a lifesaving option.
Cathy was diagnosed with cholangiocarcinoma, a rare cancer affecting the liver's bile duct. She received emotherapy and radiation while she waited six months for a new liver.
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At the Washington University and Barnes-Jewish Transplant Center, our expert team of liver transplant specialists has decades of experience caring for patients before, during and after the transplant surgery.
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