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Pediatric Liver Transplant Patient Stories

Dane

At 2-years old Jackson had an aggressive, stage IV cancer, and the tumor in his liver had metastasized into his lungs and lymph nodes. A full liver transplant was his best chance of survival. Today Jackson is a college student athlete pursing his dream to play professional baseball.

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Dane

As a premature newborn, Dane went into liver failure and was rushed to Stanford Children’s Health, where—after six weeks of blood transfusions, dialysis, and other life-support interventions—he received a successful liver transplant. Three years later, he also received a kidney transplant. Today, Dane is a happy and energetic survivor.

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Coralynn

In her early days of life, Coralynn developed neonatal lupus, a rare newborn autoimmune disease. But Coralynn’s lupus did not exhibit the typical signs—a skin rash or heart problems. Instead, Coralynn’s neonatal lupus took an extremely rare turn and attacked her liver. Now thanks to a first-ever treatment, Coralynn is soaking in life.

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