Cornell v Columbia - any suggestions?

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Cornell v Columbia - any suggestions?

Postby christi350 » Mon May 14, 2018 10:47 pm

Hello all -
I haven't been on this board for nearly 14 years... wow has time flown. I had my transplant back in September 2004 and it's still going strong. woohoo!

I am however going to be moving to NYC over the summer and the transplant team at my original hospital suggested I see someone at either Cornell/Columbia for the regular follow up.

Any thoughts on the pro's and con's of each. I understand they are related but that physically they are at two different locations.

Any help welcome.

Thank you!
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Re: Cornell v Columbia - any suggestions?

Postby JMan » Fri May 18, 2018 4:37 pm

Its mostly UK users in this group so you may not get many replies..

Possibly try one of the US forums..

I haven't a clue where any of those places are:D
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Re: Cornell v Columbia - any suggestions?

Postby sporti » Sun Jun 10, 2018 12:28 am

Hi

I would advise Mount Sinai in NYC. That where I go. They were wonderful and so helpful. You can look up my old posts I think.
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