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Being a Hero is Being an Organ Donor

I have been asked a number of times to tell my story, in writing, of receiving the amazing gift of a liver. And one would think since I have shared it publicly hundreds of times in front of high school students, fellow nurses, and physicians that it would be easy.

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Making the Most of a Second Chance

I have been called a hero for being a living donor to my brother Jim. The true hero is Jim, who has made the most of his new kidney and has made a difference in many lives for over 34 years since the kidney transplant. Since then, Jim has promoted

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Expecting Twins!

Mark is a law enforcement hero and now a proud recipient of twins, twin lungs that is… As I’m entering the 3rd trimester since my life saving bilateral lung transplant on New Years Day 2017, I try not to complain about the meds, the weakness, dramatic loss of muscle mass and

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I Hope To Encourage The Latino And Black Communities To Become Organ Donors

My journey to my kidney transplant started at the age of 16. When I was diagnosed with Chronic Kidney Disease stage 3. Tried different treatments to slow down the damage. At 20, I was told I needed dialysis soon so I had my fistula placed in my left forearm. At

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I’m Here Because Someone Chose to Save My Mom

I’m going to tell all about the story of my mom and how organ donation changed my life. My mom calls me her special miracle baby because in part I am here because a family chose to support organ donation and transplantation and donate their loved one’s liver to my

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I AM SCAR BOY

Seth Upchurch Howard needed a liver transplant. He was born with a rare genetic liver disease- Progressive Familial Intrahepatic Cholestasis type 3, also known as PFIC-3. By the time Seth was 8 years old the inflammation in his liver had caused liver cancer- hepatocellular carcinoma. His doctor at Children’s Hospital

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