University of Chicago organ transplant services comes to Evanston Hospital
The University of Chicago transplant evaluation program has brought state-of-the-art screening and treatment to Evanston Hospital, providing nearly everything but the actual surgery for organ recipients and candidates. An outgrowth of the 1-year-old partnership between University of Chicago, where the surgery would be performed, and NorthShore University HealthSystem, the program will assess potential recipients for heart, lung, liver, pancreas, and multi-organ transplants.
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