Health officials have issued a stark warning about the dangers of medical tourism as growing numbers of Bahrainis look abroad for kidney transplants.
Since 1997, when the Health Ministry opened its Yusuf Khalil Almoayyed Nephrolog
Apollo Hospitals, a leading healthcare service provider in Asia, has harvested 23 different organs from five donors and conducted ten transplants in a day at their flagship hospital on Greams Road, Chennai, India recently.
A Swedish woman has become the world's first to give birth after having a womb transplant, opening up the possibility for thousands of infertile women to have babies, the doctor in charge of the research project said on Saturday.
A Bahraini child suffering from a chronic illness will be flown to India next week to undergo a lung transplant.
Nine-year-old Karrar Yaseen Alsari has been suffering from lung cirrhosis since he was two, but his parents have been unabl
Novartis, a world leader and innovator in developing treatments for nephrology and neurology diseases, has announced a new kidney transplantation protocol that aims to lengthen the life expectancy of a transplanted kidney.
The Kidney Transplant Centre in Sheikh Khalifa Medical City, a subsidiary of Abu Dhabi Health Services Seha, has achieved a milestone by successfully conducting 100 kidney transplants.
Sheikh Khalifa Medical City completed t
Rabbit skeletal muscle tissue was successfully transplanted into rats, as part of a study to use animal parts to overcome human organ shortages.
The xenotransplanted muscle tissue, transplanted by a team lead by the UCL Institute
Doctors at Great Ormond Street Hospital (GOSH) for Children NHS Foundation Trust in Kuwait have performed their 500th transplant operation involving hearts and lungs.
The world-famous hospital reached the milestone after a 25-year
Two men with HIV have been off AIDS drugs for several months after receiving stem-cell transplants for cancer that appear to have cleared the virus from their bodies, researchers reported on Wednesday.
Both patients, who were trea
Six Bahrainis with kidney problems have suffered serious complications after undergoing transplant surgeries this year, sparking a warning for people to avoid treatment abroad.
Health officials say the overseas transplant industry poses a