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I am thankful to my amazing family and my incredible team for their love and support.
I am so very thankful and blessed to have received my daughter’s liver and want to encourage people to be an organ donor.
Born with cystic fibrosis, Heather received a double-lung and liver transplant at age 19.
As of March 2023, I am almost eight months post op and I am so grateful to both of my donors and their families.
The short-term pain after surgery was worth the joy I have in my heart that my father is alive, recovering and has a healthy future.
I am very grateful and appreciative for a second chance to get it right.
I donated 61% of my liver to Ben on 1/9/2023. Baseball is much more than a game. It brought us to this journey that not only saved Ben’s life, but also forever changed mine for the better.
A lot of my friends call me Smiley.
My Family’s PKD Story: Blessings and heartbreak through seven transplants and a ruptured brain aneurysm
It’s amazing what a single heredity disease can do and all the implications and effects it can have on a family’s history.
I am so thankful for the gracious act of my donor and their family, for their decision of organ donation, and for God giving me a second chance at life.
We have been keenly aware of the selfless, anonymous gift that the donor and donor’s family have provided, and are profoundly grateful.
You don’t have to donate a kidney to make the world a better place, it can be so much simpler than that but if you do decide to donate, those ripples can reach far and wide.
I thank God for the man that gave me this kidney, it has been more than a blessing.
A new heart from a selfless stranger, a mountain of prayers, every loved one involvement, our faith and trust in GOD made this miracle possible.
I soon qualified for transplant, medically, financially, psychologically, and socially and was listed.
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