The International Xenotransplantation Association is deeply saddened by the recent passing of our President, Agnès Azimzadeh.
Our friend and colleague Agnès Azimzadeh, passed away on March 15, 2021, after a courageous battle with intestinal cancer. She leaves her devoted husband, Djavad; their sons Julien and Philippe, and Julien’s wife Rebecca; her parents, Simone and Bernard Isabey; and her brother Daniel Isabey. The scientific and clinical transplant communities she touched at Massachusetts General Hospital, University of Maryland, and around the world join her family in celebrating her life, and mourning her premature loss.
MedPage Today Op-Ed by Dorry Segev, MD, PhD - March 15, 2021
Taking care of a lot of immunosuppressed patients, one big question my Johns Hopkins colleagues and I have had throughout the pandemic has been: Will vaccines rescue them from the COVID-19 threat? Based on a new study we published today in JAMA, the answer appears to be: only for some
Open to all healthcare professionals
Speaker: Marcelo Cantarovich, TTS President
Moderator: Jean Tchervenkov, Montreal, Canada
The Middle East Society For Organ Transplantation (MESOT) invites you to a new webinar on How to Increase Organ Donation and Transplantation in Our Region during the Covid-19 Pandemic Period.
With COVID-19 pandemic spreading across the globe since last year, it had the immediate effect of severely reducing living and deceased organ donation and transplantation activity worldwide.
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