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About Our Program

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Our staff works together with each patient individually to create a treatment that best suits your needs. Treatment can include medications, lifestyle changes, chemotherapy, or, if needed, organ transplant.


  • Comprehensive multi-disciplinary evaluation
  • Skin, heart, kidney, and bone marrow biopsies
  • Advanced cardiac imaging with cardiac MRI, strain echocardiography and nuclear pyrophosphate scanning
  • Advanced tissue staining and analysis
  • Innovative treatment options including access to clinical research trials for AL and transthyretin amyloidosis
  • Interventional options for treatment including stem cell, heart, kidney or liver transplantation
  • Genetic testing and counseling
  • Financial counseling
  • Nutrition counseling

What Makes Treatment Here Different

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Patient Resources

Amyloidosis Support Group

For patients, families, and friends

Join us for:

  • Q & A sessions with amyloidosis experts
  • Tips to maintain quality of life with amyloidosis Information about clinical trials and therapies
  • Group discussions
Learn More About the Support Group

3rd Utah Amyloidosis Symposium

The objective of the Utah Amyloidosis Symposium is to develop a forum that will catalyze, advocate, and provide education that promotes change, development and improvement for the early diagnosis and management of amyloidosis.

View the Amyloidosis Symposium

Meet Our Patients

Contact Us

We want to help not just our patients, but the amyloidosis community. Feel free to contact us with any questions or advice:

  • Physicians  Contact us for new patient referrals for advice on evaluating or managing all types amyloidosis patients
  • Patients  Contact us for information about all types of amyloidosis and treatment recommendations, information about our multidisciplinary program approach or to self-refer to our program for amyloidosis management
  • Others  Contact us for any information about amyloidosis or our program

For More Information, Call or Email Us:

Kylee Lewis

New Patient Coordinator

Utah Amyloidosis Nurses