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Carolyn Salvador


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RESEARCH FOCUS: PREVENT, EARLY DIAGNOSE AND TREAT CAV

Jun 4, 2020 11:12:35 AM / by Carolyn Salvador posted in HEART TRANSPLANT, CONGENITAL HEART DEFECT, TRANSPLANTATION, HEART TRANSPLANTATION, DONATION, ENDURING HEARTS, PEDIATRIC HEART TRANSPLANT, CHD, CHARITY, NONPROFIT, NEW HEART, ORGAN REJECTION, TRANSPLANT ORGAN REJECTION, cav, Cardiac Allograft Vasculopathy

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Heart transplantation can be a lifesaving procedure for children with inoperable heart diseases. Cardiac Allograft Vasculopathy (CAV) is a leading cause for these transplanted hearts to fail.

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Now more than ever, they need our help.

May 1, 2020 4:06:45 PM / by Carolyn Salvador posted in HEART TRANSPLANT, CONGENITAL HEART DEFECT, TRANSPLANTATION, HEART TRANSPLANTATION, PEDIATRIC HEART TRANSPLANTATION, DONATION, ENDURING HEARTS, PEDIATRIC HEART TRANSPLANT, CHD, CHARITY, NONPROFIT, NEWHEART, NEW HEART, TRANSPLANT, ORGAN REJECTION, TRANSPLANT ORGAN REJECTION, pediatric transplant week, COVID19, coronavirus

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You have probably heard the expression “medicine is not an exact science” and not considered what they meant until faced with a severe illness or a crisis like COVID-19.  Today, we sit by and watch top doctors and researchers scramble for cures, treatments, and adequate testing to help put society back on its proverbial feet.  The headlines adequately reflect the adage as we read about flawed antibody tests and false-negative COVID tests, which taint our understanding of the epidemic.  Research is seldom a linear process, nor is the practice of medicine.  Our bodies are composed of interdependent systems with complex structures rooted in our DNA and genotypes.

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WE are Resilient.

Apr 24, 2020 5:22:09 PM / by Carolyn Salvador posted in HEART TRANSPLANT, CONGENITAL HEART DEFECT, TRANSPLANTATION, HEART TRANSPLANTATION, PEDIATRIC HEART TRANSPLANTATION, DONATION, ENDURING HEARTS, PEDIATRIC HEART TRANSPLANT, NONPROFIT, NEW HEART, TRANSPLANT, ORGAN REJECTION, TRANSPLANT ORGAN REJECTION, pediatric transplant week

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When the most vulnerable children rely on your researchers to find the answers that will lead them to a longer life, the pressure is always on. There is a palpable sense of urgency that beats with each new heartbeat knowing that today a heart transplant is not a cure, but a bridge to life, lasting on average 17 years. To combat this harsh reality, Enduring Hearts actively funds the brightest scientists from around the world who actively seek to find the cause and treatment of organ rejection, the primary driver of transplant failure.

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