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Our Partners

Intestinal Rehab & Transplant Unwrapped is grateful for the generous support of our partners. We thank them for supporting our mission to ensure every member of the intestinal disease community feels well educated and supported throughout their medical journey. 

Intestinal Rehab & Transplant Unwrapped is always open to new sponsor support from all types of organizations, both corporate and nonprofit. If you and your organization are interested in joining us, contact us today! Corporate sponsors can also review our sponsorship levels. 

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Meet Our Partners

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Atara Bio (Platinum partner)

Atara Biotherapeutics, Inc. is a leading allogeneic T-cell immunotherapy company pioneering the development of transformative therapies for patients with serious diseases including solid tumors, hematologic cancers, and autoimmune diseases. Leveraging our novel allogeneic EBV T-cell platform, Atara intends to deliver treatments to patients with high unmet medical need.


Care Dx Bio (Gold partner)

A transplant is a new beginning. CareDx is committed to improving transplant patient outcomes through innovative, noninvasive testing solutions and services throughout the entire patient journey. We are 100% focused on transplant patients and relentlessly pursuing science and technology to improve long-term organ survival. From solutions for transplant centers, to noninvasive blood tests that help doctors assess organ health, to a smartphone app that empowers you to achieve your health goals, CareDx is Your Partner in Transplant Care™. Download our patient app at


AGMD (Nonprofit partner)

AGMD is a nonprofit international organization that serves as an integral educational resource for digestive motility diseases and disorders. It also functions as an important information clearinghouse for members of the medical, scientific, and nutritional communities. In addition, AGMD provides a forum of support for patients (and their families) suffering from digestive motility diseases and disorders. AGMD was incorporated in 1991 and is one of the oldest nonprofit organizations in existence, with a focus on digestive motility disorder. AGMD provides a variety of resources and programs centering on education, the dissemination of information, advocacy, outreach, research, and support. One of AGMD's phenomenal resources is their e-magazine. Check out their latest edition here:

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