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Baylor Regional Transplant Institute (BRTI), which oversees the transplant programs at Baylor University Medical Center at Dallas and Baylor All Saints Medical Center at Fort Worth, offers patients liver, kidney, pancreas, heart, lung, and blood and marrow transplantation programs and access to advanced transplantation research. BRTI is recognized around the world for its strength in translational research such as the testing of ideas and theories from the laboratory in the real world with patients.
For the past several years, BRTI scientists have been working to create an international registry for liver cancer. The first report, published in 1998, showed that not only the size and number of cancer masses in the liver were important to the ultimate outcome after transplantation for liver cancer, but also the biological aggressiveness of the cells were of importance to predictions of survival.
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