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Find the Right Care the First Time for Your Amyloidosis

At Mayo Clinic, your team of specialists is experienced in diagnosing and treating amyloidosis. Your doctors will work together across disciplines to provide you with a precise diagnosis and a treatment plan for your specific needs that is designed to preserve organ function and manage symptoms. 


Early diagnosis is important. Amyloidosis can mimic more common diseases and may affect one or more organ systems such as the heart, kidneys, liver, spleen, nervous system and digestive tract. Mayo Clinic’s specialists use a team-based, collaborative approach and the latest diagnostic technology, including mass spectrometry. While there is no cure for amyloidosis, several treatment options are available to help manage symptoms and limit production of amyloid protein. Your doctors will work with you to choose the best treatment for the type of amyloidosis you have. Treatments include medications such as chemotherapy, heart medications and targeted therapies, as well as surgical and other procedures such as dialysis or transplant.


Coming to Mayo Clinic isn't only about finding the right answers and the best treatments. It's also about finding a care team of experts who listen to you and consider every aspect of your care. Mayo Clinic doctors provide unhurried consultations and take the time with you to get it right – placing you at the center of your health care journey.

These safety protocols are important because for many patients, access to direct care within Mayo Clinic's safe environment is in their best interest. But it’s not the only option—we will also continue to offer phone and video visits if that approach will meet patient needs.

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The surgeons at Mayo Clinic have that very rare talent. They have the hands for the technique and they have the judgment to bring it all together for the care of that patient. And at the end, something special happens. Mayo Clinic does more transplants than anybody else in the country. Every year, we do over 2000 solid organ or bone marrow transplants. And that gives us a wealth of experience. The quality is really a result of the teamwork. We are one department serving three different regions, essentially covering the whole United States. The advantage of that is that all the patient protocols-- how we treat patients are essentially same. And another advantage is really getting the minds together in terms of advancing the field. We all get together once a week as a team and get everybody's input on what's the best way to manage complex cases. You're not getting one person's opinion. You're getting a whole team's opinion. Mayo has some of the best outcomes in the country. It's true for patient survival, graft survival, transplant rate, meaning how quickly someone can get transplanted. Mayo consistently, across all three campuses, scores in the highest group in the country. With our experience, we commonly take on the high risk cases that may have been turned down at other programs. Doesn't mean you have to have a high risk case to come here. We do a lot of straightforward transplants as well. But the surgical expertise that we have and the best practices that we have allows us to take on more complicated cases and still have excellent outcomes. Once a patient becomes a transplant candidate, they become our lifelong patients. They become part of our family. So they'll see the faces of caring, concerned providers. They'll see the hands of dedicated, talented surgeons. They'll see a team that comes together, and it's all about them.

You are in the best hands when you come to Mayo Clinic for your care. They have the expertise that many other hospitals don't have when it comes to treating rare and difficult to treat conditions like mine.

— Stefan

Why Choose Mayo Clinic?

  • More Experience

    Every year, more than 1 million people come to Mayo Clinic for care. Mayo Clinic's highly specialized experts are experienced in treating rare and complex conditions.

  • The Right Answers

    Getting effective treatment depends on identifying the right problem. In a recent study, 88 percent of patients who came to Mayo Clinic for a second opinion received a new or refined diagnosis.

  • Seamless Care

    At Mayo Clinic, every aspect of care is coordinated and teams of experts work together to provide exactly the care each patient needs. What might take months elsewhere is often done in days at Mayo Clinic

  • Unparalleled Expertise

    Mayo Clinic experts are some of the best in the world. Mayo Clinic consistently ranks among the top hospitals in the nation in the annual U.S. News & World Report rankings of best hospitals.