A transplant is a treatment for end-stage kidney disease. Find out what's involved, who can have one, and how to prepare.
A transplant is a treatment for end-stage kidney disease, where the kidneys are no longer able to function. Most people go on dialysis first while they're waiting for a suitable kidney to be available.
For people facing kidney failure, a transplant offers them the potentials to enjoy a longer, more active life, without having to continue with dialysis. Even if a transplant fails, many people are able to successfully have second and subsequent transplants.
We welcome you to call our Kidney Helpline on 1800 454 363 for additional support.
Before you decide to have a transplant, it's important to talk to your doctor and understand the risks. You might also find the resources below useful.