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Felix Cantarovich, France

Distinguished Professor
Medical Science
Pontifical Catholic University Buenos Aires, Argentina

Félix Cantarovich M.D.

Current: Distinguish Professor. Faculty Medical Sciences. Pontifical Catholic University. Argentina. Reviewer international journals. Previously: Associate Professor at the University of Buenos Aires and University of Lyon. Consultant of the Transplant Service of the Necker Hospital in Paris. Initiated of the Argentine Transplant Program and of the Argentine Transplantation Society. Secretary of the International Transplantation Society.


Fellow The Royal Society of Medicine, Distinguished Citizen. Buenos Aires. Pioneer in Transplants. TT Transplantation Society (Roma 2000) and the Latin American Transplant Society (Chile 2013). Vatican medal as advisor Committee member in Xenotransplantation for to his Holiness John Paul II. More 150 International Publications.


  • Advances in Experimental Medicine and Biology. Chapter: Post-Transplant Acute Renal Failure. 1987. Touraine JL, Garnier JL, Mercatello A, Mongin D, -Long Faure JL, Cantarovich J, Traeger J. Publisher: Springer, Boston, MA. vol 212: 205-210.
  • Present-Day Concepts in the Treatment of Chronic Renal Failure. Dialysis and Transplantation. Editors: Traeger, J.E.C. (Lyon), Cantarovich, F. (Buenos Aires) Olmer, M. (Marseille). Publisher: Karger, 1987.
  • Progress in Acute Renal Failure. 340 pages. 1998, Editors: Félix Cantarovich, Badrudin Rangoonwala, Matti Verho. Euromed Communications Ltd on behalf of Hoechst Marion Roussel, USA.
  • The Society, the barriers to organ donation and alternatives for a change. Félix Cantarovich. Faculty of Medical Sciences Buenos Aires, Catholic University Argentine. Chapter 4 in Book Organ Donation and Transplantation – Current Status and Future Challenges. Publisher: IntechOpen, Edited by Georgios Tsoulfas. 2018: 264–272.
  • Organ Transplantation and Society. A Critical Dilemma. Félix Cantarovich. Editor: Cambridge Scholars Publishing; Unabridged Edition, may 2020, 247 pages.
  • Organ shortage today. A Vital Health and Socio-Political Issue. Edited by Félix Cantarovich. Editor: Cambridge Scholars Publishing; 2022, 316 pages.

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