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The In Touch newsletter provides current information regarding national affairs and public policy issues, NATCO committee activities and articles written by and about NATCO members.  The newsletter allows members to keep current on the latest procedures and people in donation and transplantation.

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2nd Quarter 2016

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3rd Quarter 2016

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4th Quarter 2016

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1st Quarter 2017

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As we head into the warmth of summer, I become more excited as I know the 42nd NATCO Annual Meeting is just around the corner. This year we want to Connect. Inspire. Engage... our membership. As we get closer to the Annual Meeting, I also realize that my term as your President is almost up. Oh, what a year it has been!  I'm so honored to have this organization entrusted to me for this year. However, it is the hard work and dedication of so many that have allowed us to accomplish what we have. Of course the Board needs to be recognized. This is an amazing group of men and women that have worked hard to make the best choices for our NATCO membership. The past presidents of NATCO, I could not serve in this capacity without your mentoring and support. Donna Dickt, our NATCO Executive Director, is a driving force helping your Board  move NATCO into the future. If you haven't met Donna, I encourage you to introduce yourself at the Annual Meeting. If you haven't become involved with NATCO, it is a great way to learn new skills, support an organization dedicated to transplant professionals, and develop relationships that will last a lifetime. 

Thank you for this year!  I have been blessed. 

Danyel Gooch

NATCO President

Links to Full Articles

Donate Life Float

UNOS/OPTN Transplant Coordinators Committee Update

Donate Life America


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