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When it comes to liver transplantation at Baylor, experience and expertise matter. Surgeons on the medical staff at Baylor University Medical Center at Dallas and Baylor Scott & White All Saints – Fort Worth have performed more than 3,900 liver transplants combined—placing us in an elite handful of centers in the United States to reach this milestone.
Our liver transplant program is internationally recognized as a pioneering program in liver transplantation and anti-rejection treatment, as well as hepatitis B and C research. In addition, our living donor liver program is among the top 10 in the nation and one of only two programs in Texas. And with nine outreach locations throughout Texas, we are bringing over 30 years of experience treating patients with advanced liver disease to you.
We’re also utilizing promising therapies and better managing liver disease, so that many patients may avoid a liver transplant altogether. Exciting liver cancer treatments—such as laparoscopic resection or targeted radiation therapy—are allowing more cancer patients to keep their livers. And new imaging techniques are offering alternatives for needle biopses which are more comfortable for patients and provide better disease management for physicians.
Learn more about why you should choose Baylor for your care.
Liver transplants are most often performed on patients who have hepatitis C or B, non-alcoholic fatty liver disease, primary sclerosing cholangitis and others.
Liver Disease Treatment
Liver transplant can be a complex process. Understanding each step of the way can help.
Liver Transplant Process
Our expert team of liver transplant specialists and staff offer specialized treatment for your disease.
Meet Your Liver Transplant Team
Baylor offers comprehensive evaluation and treatment options for patients with benign or malignant liver tumors, bile duct cancer, bile duct injury, pancreatic tumors or chronic pancreatitis.
Liver Pancreas Disease Center
A living donor liver transplant is the best option for patients with end stage liver disease.
Living Donor Liver Transplant
It's important to be informed before you make any decision about transplantation. We're here to help.
Questions About Liver Transplant
At Baylor, we're committed to helping you make lifestyle adjustments even after you leave our facilities. Learn more about Baylor's support programs and find helpful resources.
Financial and Emotional Support
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