A Baltimore County boy makes history, becoming the first child in the world to have a double hand transplant.
A heat stroke caused his organs to fail, requiring an emergency transplant.
Sweat beaded on Debra Long’s brow and dripped down her face. She clutched her red Gatorade bottle, stepping out of the 90-degree heat and into the air-conditioned lobby of a building on the campus of St. John Catholic Church.
In North America, about 100 times a year, a heart is transplanted into a child four and younger. Now, a little girl from Baltimore is waiting for her chance.
His story is both tragic and amazing. A Virginia man who had a face transplant in Baltimore has a new outlook on life.
A Catonsville family is praying for a miracle. Their daughter, who just received her second heart transplant, is on life support.
The federal Centers for Disease Control and Prevention is trying to understand why three of the four people who got organs from a rabies-infected donor in 2011 didn’t develop the disease, the agency’s top rabies expert said Wednesday.
The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention says at least 23 people have been urged to get rabies shots following the disclosure that four patients received organs from an infected donor.
A North Carolina woman said Monday that her child’s father is the Air Force aviation mechanic whose rabies-infected organs were transplanted into other recipients, including a Maryland man who died.
Two-thirds of American men experience hair loss by age 35.
The first soldier to survive after losing all four limbs in the Iraq war has received a double-arm transplant.
With more than 100,000 people waiting for organ transplants each year and only 30,000 getting them, the survivors and donor families find every opportunity they can to celebrate life.