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Goal 2: Reduce Human Disease

Lung Transplantation

As in other solid organ transplants, adherence to the medical regimen after adult and pediatric lung transplantation is less than ideal and contributes to poor health outcomes. a) How can we improve the prediction of which lung transplant recipients are at greatest risk for nonadherence? b) What are the most efficient and effective ways of assessing nonadherence in the clinical setting? c) Conduct clinical trials of ...more »

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Goal 2: Reduce Human Disease

Lung Transplantation

Although the majority of lung recipients experience significant health improvement, they also frequently face serious symptom distress, impaired physical functioning and poor quality of life due to post-transplant morbidity, such as chronic rejection, infection and multiple side-effects of immunosuppression. a) Conduct clinical trials of interventions designed to maximize clinicians' support of patients' self-management ...more »

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