Atlanta
Emory University (K)
Miami
University of Miami (K, L, Peds K)
Baltimore
Johns Hopkins (K,L, Peds K)
New Orleans
Tulane (K, L, Peds K, Peds L)
Baltimore
University of Maryland (K)
New York
Mt. Sinai School of Medicine (K, L, Peds K)
Boston
Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center (K, L)
New York
Columbia University (L, Peds L)
Charlottesville
University of Virginia (K,L)
Philadelphia
Drexel University (L)
Chicago
University of Chicago (K, L, Peds K)
Philadelphia
University of Pennsylvania (K, L)
Chicago
Rush University (K, L)
Pittsburgh
University of Pittsburgh (L)
Chicago
Northwestern University (K, L)
San Francisco
University of California, SF (K, L, Peds K, Peds L)
Cincinnati
University of Cincinnati (K, L)
Washington, D.C.
Washington Hospital Center (K)
Cleveland
Cleveland Clinic (K, L)
Washington, D.C.
Georgetown Medical Center (K, L, Peds K, Peds L)
Los Angeles
Cedars-Sinai (L)
   
KEY
K = kidney; L = liver; Peds = pediatrics
(Visit the main study website for more information)
A study to evaluate the safety and effectiveness of kidney and liver transplants
in a select population of HIV infected individuals is currently in progress at 21
transplant centers across the country
.

This study is closed to accrual. However, most participating centers are still
offering kidney and/or liver transplant to people living with HIV. Please contact
the
ir transplant departments for more information.
Must meet criteria for transplantation
Must have a T-cell count >200 (kidney) or > 100 (liver)
Must meet HIV viral load criteria depending on which organ is needed
Patients with certain Opportunistic Infections in the past will be considered
Pediatric patients are being enrolled at several participating centers (see below)
An Internet support Group for persons with HIV interested in transplantation or persons with HIV who have
received a transplant can be accessed at:   
http://groups.yahoo.com/group/TX_Support_Group/