Hey Diane I see that ur on the transplant waiting list! I just want to say to ya please hang in ther and dont get dicouraged ur time will come as mines did.. It seem like an enturnity when i was waiting on the list for a new Kidney because i was so tired of the dialysis treamtments i had to endure! but god was great and he delivered my gift to me on Feb 27th 09 2 weeks after my 48th birthday and boyyy what a great birthday present that was to me.. Well good luck and if u ever need someone to talk to i will be here for ya.. Vyckie
Hello all. New to this site 9 months post LiverFinding out a lot about what comes after the transplant. I know it will vary but wondering what else to expect for the next 9? WelcomeAnyone and anything is fineSee More
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Patricia D. is now a member of TransplantCafe.com - The Gift of eLife!
Lung transplant, my story.Before I begin, I would first like to thank the many people, without whom this may have never happened. To the doctors and nurses and everyone else at Johns Hopkins who have been absolutely amazing. To countless friends and relatives, I can't begin to name them all or to thank them all personally for all of their support and prayer. I feel that everyone has gone through this together with me, and John as well. To my immediate family, my sons and daughter-in-law who sacrificed tremendously beginning with my son John's accident in February, 2014 and continue to do so. To my dear wife Diane who has been steadfast through the ordeal of my surgery, but even more so with our youngest son being wheelchair bound. And very importantly, I want to thank the donor and his family for their tremendous sacrifice. And most importantly, I thank God for guiding me through this. I know he has a plan.I will begin back in 1990 when I was living in Virginia. It started one day…See More
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