TransplantChild is an ERN for Paediatric Transplantation

both Solid Organ Transplantation (SOT) and Hematopoietic Stem Cell Transplantation (HSCT) which are low-prevalence and complex conditions that requires highly specialized expertise and resources.

Paediatric Transplantation

There is evidence that paediatric transplantation is the only curative therapeutic procedure targeted to the children population that has the highest mortality rates in their age group. The current approach is performed focused on a specific disease or organ.

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  • 28th of October 2018 - Solidarity Run in Madrid for the paediatric transplantation, Madrid, Spain.
    28th of October 2018 - Solidarity Run in Madrid for the paediatric transplantation, Madrid, Spain.

     We are pleased to announce the Second Solidarity Run organized by La Paz Hospital. This year, the slogan will be "Madrid moves for the transplanted children", within the framework of the ERN TransplantChild network. It will be held on Sunday, October 28 from 9h, with options of 10Km, 6Km and 3Km. In addition to the children's race at 11h.

     

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  • Join the RD-Connect Community

    In July 2018 the new RD-Connect Community was launched. This is an international association of individuals and organizations who would like to participate in shaping the rare disease field, promote data sharing and reuse and advance research. Membership is free of charge and open to organisations, research groups and individuals from diverse backgrounds, engaged in rare disease research anywhere in the world. Several ERNs have signed up as members, but we would be delighted to receive registrations from individual HCPs and research groups.

    Interested in joining? Fill out the registration form to become a member! For more information about the RD-Connect Community, please visit https://rd-connect.eu/about-rd-connect/become-member/

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ERNs' stories: Story of Paula

Paediatric transplantations require a complex, life-long follow-up. For patients like Paula the European Reference Networks bring a ray of hope.


European Reference Networks: a ray of hope for patients with rare and complex diseases, their families and doctors.

Paediatric transplantations require a complex, life-long follow-up. For patients like Paula the European Reference Networks bring a ray of hope.


European Reference Networks for rare and complex diseases

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Transplantation in essence replaces

end-stage disease with a more sustainable chronic disease state and as such has profound clinical and psychosocial consequences, even more challenging in children, with more impact on the growing process.

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