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A summary of progress in the Islet Transplant Program has been published in the Canadian Journal of Diabetes
Shortage of Applicants
Currently our wait list is very short, partly because we have successfully transplanted many people who formerly had Type 1 diabetes. In addition many people have been reluctant to apply, often because they think that islet transplant is for "other people". Our islet transplant recipients are normal people, just like you. More info...
We are actively processing applications...
... so if you think that an islet transplant might be right for you, please apply
Information for Canadian Residents
Detailed patient information is provided on this site. Please see the links on the left hand side.
We have an information pack which you may like to download and print
If you are not sure if you might be a candidate you may want to start here
The following individuals are closely involved with the Clinical Islet Transplant Program in Edmonton:
Dr. James Shapiro (Director)
And many others: interventional radiology doctors and staff, nurse coordinators, islet isolation staff, dietitian, patient and family support coordinator, metabolic coordinator, research staff, and clerical staff.
Information for International Residents
For more information contact the Clinical Islet Transplant Program in Edmonton:
Clinical Islet Transplant Program
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