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Our Mission 

Transplant Unwrapped’s mission is to ensure every patient, caregiver, and member of the intestinal disease community feels well-educated and supported throughout their journey with intestinal failure, intestinal rehabilitation, and intestinal and multivisceral transplantation.

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Learn.
For Adult patients and caregivers.
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Learn.
For Pediatric patients and their caregivers.
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Support.
Find a listing of the support programs we offer.
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Donate.
Help us continue to fulfill our mission.

8 out of 10 internet users have searched for health information online. Accurate information on intestinal rehabilitation and transplantation is essential to accommodate such searches and provide patients and their loved ones with much-needed support and educational materials.

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Our Impact

We may be new, but we are educating and supporting the intestinal community one day at a time!

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Webinars.
Since our launch in Oct. 2020, we have successfully held 16 expert-led webinars, each with over 50 registrants. Sign-up for our next webinar. 
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Members
Since our launch in Oct. 2020, we have over 200 Transplant Unwrapped Members. Sign-Up for free and become a member of the Transplant Unwrapped family.
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Medical Advisory Board
Our Medical Advisory Board has 19 members from 10 intestinal rehabilitation and transplantation centers across the nation.
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"Transplant Unwrapped and educational programs are a vital resource to the community for intestine transplant and short bowel syndrome. It is so important that patients have educational resources and ways of networking with others and be able to gain a greater understanding of their disease process, a greater understanding of the expectation of what transplant would bring, and a greater resource and ability to reach the larger community around them." ~Dr. Syed-Mohammed Jafri, Henry Ford Health Systems~

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