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Once you and your doctor have decided that a transplant is right for you, it's a good idea to start learning about the transplant process and what you can do to prepare.

Here you will learn about:

You should feel comfortable talking to your transplant team about your concerns and asking lots of questions. After all, you are the most important person on your transplant team. Be sure you have the information and support you need throughout your journey.