Organ donors and recipients face obstacles during the coronavirus pandemic.
JERUSALEM An Israeli man received a kidney transplant from his daughter who died in an accident while vacationing abroad.
It’s difficult to get kidneys for those who need transplants. Could the model of an ultra-Orthodox group that saves fellow Jews work for the black community?
An international organ trafficking ring that sold kidneys to patients in Israel and Eastern Europe was broken up by Costa Rica police and Interpol.
The kidney of a 3-year-old Israeli boy was successfully transplanted to a 10-year-old Palestinian child.
Six months after the death of Ayelet Galena, the toddler continues to have an impact. A donor drive in her name has resulted in 42 bone marrow matches and five transplants.
A Brooklyn man has pleaded guilty to peddling black market kidneys from Israel, federal prosecutors said.
Doctors at the Jewish Hospital Hand Care Center in Louisville successfully performed a double-hand transplant earlier this week. As Med City News reported, it was the third double-hand transplant (that’s right: the patient got two new hands) in the U.S. and the first ever to be live-tweeted.