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Is there an age barrier to receiving a new kidney?
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Dr. Gregory Hale
Internal Medicine - Nephrology & Dialysis
3 doctors agree
In brief: Age greater than 70
Generally persons over the age of 70 years are disqualified from receiving a kidney transplant.

In brief: Age greater than 70
Generally persons over the age of 70 years are disqualified from receiving a kidney transplant.
Dr. Gregory Hale
Dr. Gregory Hale
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Dr. James Lin
Urology
In brief: Here are some ...
Just call and ask local centers for kidney transplantation for specific help and information timely.
As to age restriction, it's quite flexible in considering biological age, not chronological age alone. However, as realistic financial resource inevitably diminishes, more age scrutiny will become tighter. Known to most if not all, this is reality and nothing is free but comes with a price.

In brief: Here are some ...
Just call and ask local centers for kidney transplantation for specific help and information timely.
As to age restriction, it's quite flexible in considering biological age, not chronological age alone. However, as realistic financial resource inevitably diminishes, more age scrutiny will become tighter. Known to most if not all, this is reality and nothing is free but comes with a price.
Dr. James Lin
Dr. James Lin
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