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Manitoba seeing significant improvement in kidney transplant numbers

A national report released today by Canadian Blood Services and the Canadian Institute for Health Information highlights how system changes are increasing organ donations and Manitoba is on trend a...

What's in your wallet? All Manitobans urged to go card free

Take your donation decision out of your wallet or purse. Register online using www.signupforlife.ca.

Tree of Life honours organ donors & recognizes the generosity behind the decision to give the gift of life

The Tree of Life is coming home to HSC Winnipeg and putting down roots.

New research predicts which kidney transplant recipients need more, less medications to better protect the new organ

Manitoba-led research is bringing personalized medicine for kidney transplant recipients within reach and the team credits the province’s centralized healthcare system and support from key partners...

Raising awareness one load at a time

A Manitoba family-run business is taking the organ and tissue donation message on the road in a big way!

Remembering donors, celebrating milestones with transplant recipients

2017 celebrates 20 years of National Organ and Tissue Donation Awareness Week.

Initiatives increase donor referral rates, opportunities for families

Efforts to ensure Manitoba families have the opportunity to consider organ donation have generated an increase in referrals to Transplant Manitoba – Gift of Life, however, the number of families de...

Manitoba’s Renal Transplant Programs experience record year

A record 57 Manitobans, including six youth, received kidney transplants through Manitoba’s Renal Transplant Programs in 2016.

The Science of Compassion: Understanding the science of mindfulness

This full day workshop, designed for nurses, physicians, educators, therapists, pharmacists or any healthcare provider, provides an understanding of the science of mindfulness and its impact upon t...

Working to optimize anti-rejection therapy for kidneys

Congratulations to Dr. Julie Ho and her team on earning a $2.6 M Canadian Institutes of Health Research (CIHR) project grant.