Saving lives together
Insights from UNOS leaders on key issues in transplant today
Matthew Cooper, M.D. emphasizes collaboration before nation’s transplant surgeons
The best outcome for patients in this country will be achieved by working together collaboratively to drive improvement rather than being divided.
“We agree with Congress and others that there are many more opportunities we must take advantage of in order to best serve patients and save more lives.”
Matthew Cooper, M.D., Immediate Past President, UNOS
Driving system-wide progress to better serve patients
A package of proposals to make improvements across the nation’s organ donation and transplant system, promote public trust and most importantly, help us save more lives.
Thank you for being part of a record-setting 2022
But before we take a look at the numbers, it’s important to remember the lives behind the data. No record or trend would be possible without the priceless gifts given by generous donors and their families.
Transportation, transparency and other critical issues
UNOS Interim CEO Maureen McBride recounts actions taken during her first 100 days to tackle some of transplant’s biggest challenges.
A pivotal moment for the organ donation and transplant community
McBride addresses public concerns, calls for collaboration and shares vision for the future.
A community message from the OPTN Board of Directors
The OPTN Board of Directors met recently to consider concerns raised by certain members of the transplant community.
Thanking our community, honoring donors
A message from our CEO about a lifesaving milestone
stories of hope
Crystal's kidney transplant gave her a second chance at life. Read more patient stories.