One morning in early 2011 would shift Mike Willet's focus from his love for hunting to a fight for life.
The Nebraska Medical Center celebrates and reflects on the Kidney Transplant Program.
The Nebraska Medical Center - a groundbreaking surgery with a combination heart-kidney transplant
Charlene Stehlik suffered for more than 20 years with abdominal pain. Other doctors tried, but couldn't figure out what was wrong.
The Pancreas and Biliary Disorders Clinic is composed of physicians from the Departments of Gastroenterology, Surgery and Endocrinology.
Katie Eastman had suffered excruciating pain for five years. Other doctors and hospitals tried, but couldn't figure out what was wrong.
This multidisciplinary clinic was developed to provide a full spectrum of diagnostic and therapeutic approaches.
The Liver Transplant Program provides comprehensive care for adult and pediatric patients with liver disease.
Liver cancers are some of the most common cancers and are among the most challenging cancers to treat.
Dr. Luciano Vargas discusses how The Nebraska Medical Center's carcinoid clinic is unique.
Nurse Coordinator Christy Sailors explains treatment options for liver tumors & liver cancers.
Neuroendocrine tumors are rare and can be difficult to diagnose and getting proper treatment can be even more challenging.
The Nebraska Medical Center pioneers living liver donation, offering hope awaiting transplant.
A comprehensive view of Liver Transplantation at The Nebraska Medical Center
The Nebraska Medical Center celebrates and reflects on the Liver Transplant Program
New hope for those suffering from Carcinoid tumors at The Nebraska Medical Center.
A comprehensive look at treatment options for Liver Disease at The Nebraska Medical Center
The Nebraska Medical Center - an innovative and comprehensive approach to treating Intestinal Failure.
Intestinal Rehabilitation Program (IRP) at The Nebraska Medical Center
Patients with end-stage heart failure used to have only one option for treatment - a transplant.
Left Ventricular Assist Devices (LVAD) offer new hope for patients awaiting heart transplantation.
Dying of heart failure, his wife refused to give up, bringing her to The Nebraska Medical Center.