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This is #DonateLifeMonth, an important month of awareness and celebration in the transplant community. We ask you to join in with us this month. Watch our Social Media to contribute! 

April is also IBS awareness month, so we will be sharing information and resources throughout the month.

Please look out for the following dates / events this month:

  • April 3rd - Transplant Unwrapped Webinar - How Two Lives Intersected - A Candid Conversation Between a Transplant Recipient & her Donor’s Mother

  • April 6th -12th - Donate Life - Blue & Green Spirit Week

  • April 8th - Donate Life - Thank Your Healthcare Heroes

  • April 9th - Donate Life - Write a Message of Hope

  • April 10th - Transplant Unwrapped Virtual Caregivers Support Group

  • April 12th - Donate Life - Blue & Green Day

  • April 21st – 27th - Donate Life National Pediatric Transplant Week

  • April 23rd - Transplant Unwrapped's Birthday!

  • April 24th - Transplant Unwrapped Virtual Support Group

Community Perspectives:
We asked our community members:
What are the most helpful things you bring with you to the hospital?  There are v
arious answers based on whether you are the patient, parent, friend, caregiver or all of the above! 


Caregiver of a Pediatric Patient


Intestinal Rehab Patient

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Post Transplant Patient

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Post Transplant Patient


Caregiver to Adult Patient

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Post Transplant Patient

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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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