Stories of HopeLiver patients
I am grateful to God and all who participated in my donation, months of prep, surgery, and recovery. They are ALL superheroes. THANK YOU.
I am thankful everyday for the opportunity to be my father’s donor and the dedication and inspiration of those ICU nurses.
Born with a rare metabolic disease, Terri was frequently in the hospital as a child. She thinks about her donor every day.
Thank you to all the people that made me enjoy life again, especially my unknown 20-year-old donor.
After his first birthday he was listed on the transplant registry and after a few months of waiting Jace received his new liver September 10th 2020 because of a deceased donor.
Because he chose to be an organ donor, he has saved the lives of four people
I am so blessed to have this second chance and I try to make the most of every day with a smile.
My son was the graduate, but I received the perfect graduation gift.
I wanted to share my journey in a raw way in honor of this special month that recognizes donors and their sacrifices while attempting to increase organ donor registrations among communities of color.
I am a wife, mother, grandmother, nurse and beyond grateful liver transplant recipient. My transplant journey began over eight years ago…
In 2014, at the age of 25 Lisa was hours away from dying due to acute liver failure when she received a life-saving liver transplant from her donor, Courtney Sterling.
I woke up one Sunday morning in March, 2017 with my left arm swollen. I thought it was my heart so I went to a local ER and was diagnosed with cirrhosis and told I would need a transplant in 1 1/2 -2 years. I asked for a referral to Ohio State , was admitted for 22...