Short Bowel Syndrome
February 29, 2012
Rare disease expert Dr. Lauren Schwartz, Assistant Professor Gastroenterology at Mount Sinai Medical Center, discusses a rare disorder known as short bowel syndrome on ‘Good Day Maine.’
Living Donation: Kelly and Netfa
March 19, 2012
Kelly Belgrave, a kidney/pancreas transplant recipient, is now dialysis-free and no longer requires daily insulin injections, thanks to her fiancé and living donor Netfa Rickets.
A Life-Saving Transplant: Baby Ariz
March 29, 2012
Dr. Sander Florman talks about the life-saving liver transplant he and a team of specialists at Mount Sinai performed on Ariz Gadat when Ariz was less than a month old and weighed only seven pounds.
A Very Rare Transplant Saves Baby Anthony
March 30, 2012
RMTI surgeons tell the story of the very rare, high-risk type of liver transplant they successfully performed on Anthony Gallagher when he was eight months-old that saved his life.
Mom Gives Baby Daughter the Gift of Life
April 2, 2012
Jennilynne Barters, who donated a piece of her liver to her seven month-old daughter Ellieanna, talks with members of RMTI’s pediatric liver transplant team about the ‘split-liver’ transplant that saved her daughter’s life.
Meet the Mount Sinai Pediatric Liver Team
May 9, 2013
The Pediatric Liver Team of Mount Sinai’s Recanati/Miller Transplantation Institute includes a special group of young patients and their compassionate doctors.