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View current and past news clips below featuring UPMC Children’s Hospital of Pittsburgh’s transplant patients, programs and staff. Check back often for continued updates or follow us on Twitter @CHPtransplant.
Nurse saves young boy's life by donating part of her liver
Good Morning America (9/4/2023)
Family of 20-month-old boy gets to thank his living liver donor
KDKA News (8/30/2023)
UPMC Bridging the Great Health Divide: Pediatric Heart Transplant
WDTV News (6/15/2023)
UPMC Bridging the Great Health Divide: Pediatric Transplant
WDTV News (4/13/2023)
Butler 18-year-old gets rare, lifesaving heart and liver transplant
Pittsburgh Post-Gazette (4/4/2022)
Bone marrow transplant patient at UPMC Children’s dressed up as favorite doctor
Mom of liver transplant recipient Lucas Goeller recalls 'miracle' donation with mom of Nebraska girl who died
Pittsburgh Tribune (7/1/2021)
This dad lost 40 pounds to save his son’s life: 'It was pretty overwhelming'
Good Morning America (1/11/2021)
At UPMC, Android-enabled telehealth keeps child transplant patients safe
Healthcare IT News (1/5/2021)
'Miracle baby': Greensburg boy receives heart transplant
Pittsburgh Tribune (10/9/2020)
This teen is living her best life after surviving a rare 18-hour transplant surgery
Good Morning America (8/22/2019)
Baby gets life-saving liver transplant from uncle who steps up as living donor
WTAE News (3/15/2019)
2-year-old gets kidney from his father
3-year-old girl gets life-saving birthday gift: a new liver and kidney
Good Morning America (10/4/2018)
Gibsonia man writes book about son's triple-organ transplant journey
Transplant recipient: 'I don't take one day for granted'
Trib Live (5/4/2017)
These 7 hospitals have the best pediatric organ transplant outcomes
Becker's Hospital Review (3/30/2017)
Love one another: Her liver donation saved a stranger’s life
Pittsburgh Post-Gazette (10/15/2016)
Stranger meets the little girl who donated part of her liver to
Little girl meets liver donor who saved her life
19-month-old girls meets live liver donor who saved her life
Warren toddler meets donor who saved her life
Live liver donor meets toddler she helped save
Stranger donates part of her liver to save infant's life
Pittsburgh Post Gazette (10/12/2016)
Ross woman receives scholarship for organ-donation awareness work
Pittsburgh Tribune-Review (06/17/2015)
Liver donor does not consider himself a ‘hero’
Comedy night to benefit Derry Township boy in need of liver transplant
Pittsburgh Tribune-Review (06/09/2015)
For a heart-transplant patient and her family, Pittsburgh’s food helps heal
Pittsburgh Post-Gazette (04/08/2015)
How maple syrup urine disease led to transplants and saved lives
The Washington Post (3/30/2015)
Boxing Champ's Daughter Doing Well After Heart Transplant
ABC Action News (3/9/2015)
My Grandson Nolan's Journey
Pennsylvania State Representative Garth Everett recounts the medical journey of his grandson Nolan, who underwent a heart transplant at Children’s Hospital of Pittsburgh of UPMC.
Monongahela teen awaiting transplant surprised by 'superhero' police
Pittsburgh Tribune-Review (2/17/2015)
With Liver Donors in Short Supply, Cell Transplants Offer New Options
Scientific American (2/17/2015)
Cunningham's daughter recovering
ESPN Boxing (12/6/2014)
Baby Judah Shurtz awaits liver transplant this month
The Jackson Sun (12/04/2014)
Tiny Liver Transplant Patient to Taste First Thanksgiving
ABC News (11/25/2014)
Toddler, Donor Remain Hospitalized After Liver Transplant For Rare Disease
Mom Posts 'Plea Of A Lifetime' On Facebook, Gets Liver Donor For Daughter
Huffington Post (11/13/2014)
Mom finds liver donor on Facebook for daughter, 3
3-year-old girl becomes first to get life-saving liver transplant for rare metabolic disease
New York Daily News (11/12/2014)
Facebook Plea Gets Liver Transplant for 3-Year-Old
ABC News (11/12/2014)
Pennsylvania mother finds transplant donor for daughter on Facebook
FOX News (11/11/2014)
Blood test devised at Children's to aid in predicting chance of organ rejection
Pittsburgh Tribune-Review (11/06/2014)
Steve Cunningham: Fighting for Her Life
Manheim Township youngster moved up on transplant list; fundraiser set for this Saturday
Lancaster Online (10/15/2014)
Mom saves son with kidney donation
Teen Has New Lease On Life 1 Year After Liver Transplant
CBS Pittsburgh (12/25/2013)
Boy Ready To Return Home After Liver Transplant At Children’s Hospital
CBS Pittsburgh (12/06/2013)
Pennside girl with severe immune deficiency needs double-lung and bone-marrow transplants
Reading Eagle (06/18/2013)
Uncle’s life-changing gift makes Saltsburg teen’s graduation possible
Pittsburgh Tribune-Review (06/08/2013)
North Huntingdon girl marks 10th anniversary of lifesaving liver transplant
Pittsburgh Tribune-Review (02/11/2013)
Life-saving transplant brings twins to 1st birthday
Teen given hours to live on road to recovery
Young Liver Transplant Patient On Road To Recovery
After Emergency Liver Transplant, Adam Snow Off Ventilator, Speaking, Smiling
ABC News (11/12/2012)
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