Organ Donors and Recipients Directory
Get more information on being an organ donor. Becoming a donor means that you are willing to donate biological tissues from your own body, whether you are living or not, to another person in need of a transplant. Being an organ donor can help save the life of the recipient or give them the ability to have a much longer and more enjoyable life. More than 100,000 people are waiting for an organ. Find out more about what you can do to help.
Learn more from WebMD about pancreas transplantation, including who is considered a good candidate for the surgery.
Diet and Weight Gain After an Organ Transplant
When you regain your appetite after an organ transplant, what should you eat? WebMD provides guidelines for a healthy diet and addresses concerns about weight gain.
Diabetes and Organ Transplant
Getting an organ transplant can save your life. Sometimes, it can also lead to type 2 diabetes.
After an Organ Transplant: Medication, Preventing Rejection, Diet, and More
WebMD explains what to expect after an organ transplant, including tips for managing medication, monitoring your progress during recovery at home, and guidelines for diet and exercise.