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Transplant Expo Launches in Boston to Educate About Miracle of Transplantation and Address Organ Donor Shortage
Date:5/26/2009

king Strides Run/Walk in Boston as part of our continued efforts to reach the public with accurate and compelling messages about organ donation and transplantation," said Maribeth Landwehr, Director, Corporate Communications for Astellas. "We hope people from around the area will visit the Expo and take the dynamic journey through the legacy of transplantation, as well as show their support for the transplant community by running or walking in the Making Strides 5K."

Both the Transplant Expo and 5K Run/Walk are free of charge. For more information about the Expo, visit www.AstellasTransplant.com. For more information about the 5K Run/Walk or to register online, visit www.tracs.net/makingstridesatc.

For more information about organ donation or to join the state registry, visit www.Facebook.com/DonateLife.

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Astellas is a recognized leader in transplantation and has been committed to the field of immunology for more than 20 years. Dedicated to supportin
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