On Friday, Baylor University Medical Center at Dallas announced that a baby had been born to a mother who received a uterus transplant as part of a landmark clinical trial conducted over the past year and a half. The patient and her family have asked for privacy at this time, but they did want to … Continue reading From the Mother: “We consider ourselves profoundly blessed to have been a part of this study”
South By Southwest is upon us, and Baylor Scott & White Health will be sharing some of our recent insights and emerging projects in three sessions taking place Monday, March 13. If you are at SXSW, please come and see us, and, if not, feel free to follow the discussion via Twitter using the hashtags … Continue reading Experience SXSW with Baylor Scott & White Health
Today, Baylor University Medical Center at Dallas released details on the first four living-donor uterine transplants performed in the United States as part of a clinical trial under Institutional Review Board approval. These first four surgeries were performed in September. This announcement comes after two years of preparation and a careful review of all 16 … Continue reading Baylor University Medical Center performs first living-donor uterus transplants in the U.S.
South by Southwest® (SXSW®) is a very special conference, celebrating the convergence of the interactive, film and music industries. During a few weeks in March, it brings people from all over the world together in Austin, Texas. During SXSW, the entire city of Austin is abuzz with digital disruption, innovation, and out-of-the-box solutions, and Baylor … Continue reading Help us bring hands-on healthcare discussions to SXSW
The White House recently announced several key actions being taken to reduce the organ waiting list. These collaborations and commitments represent a collection of great minds and organizations coming together with one common goal, to save lives and reduce the agonizing wait for vital, life-saving organs. We have a part in this as well. Baylor … Continue reading White House Organ Summit aims to reduce organ waiting list
When Bryan Tyo suffered a heart attack in January, he was too sick to receive a heart transplant. A surgical team at Baylor University Medical Center at Dallas instead removed his damaged heart and implanted a total artificial heart, a portable device designed to pump blood throughout the body when both sides of the patient’s … Continue reading Surgeons perform first Total Artificial Heart “bridge to transplant” in North Texas