I had been waiting with fingers crossed for my results from crossmatching with my my potential donor. As it turns out she was not a match in spite of being my first cousin. I spoke with the transplant surgeon since then and was told my antibody load is at 85 %. I'm not too sure of what that means. I did find one article online that stated a transplant recipient with even a low antibody load has a 75% risk of rejection. Maybe transplant is not the route for me? Any input would be most welcome. Thanks Kelley
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