One-year survival rates are greater than 93 percent.
When a liver is diseased, the only option is to replace it with a healthy liver. Increasing the odds for patients on the waiting list is that, today, a whole liver can be transplanted … or just part of one. And the liver doesn’t need to come strictly from an organ donor who has died — any healthy living person is able to donate part of their liver should they so choose. Our INTEGRIS specialists speak to liver transplants as it relates to both adults and children, and explain the split-liver transplantation. Plus, hear from some of those whose lives have been saved by a generous donor. To learn more, call 800-991-3349.