Thursday May 16 | WTAJ
This time last year, a local teen and his family were going through a freightening and stressful situation.
Thursday May 16 | Crawley Observer
A young cricketer who died of a brain haemorrhage has saved at least three lives after his organs were transplanted.
Thursday May 16 | KAAL-TV Austin
A 6-year-old boy who has spent the last six months in intensive care has undergone heart transplant surgery at Mayo Clinic in Rochester.
Thursday May 16 | Reuters
Despite a strong warning from U.S. regulators in 2007, for-profit dialysis centers still gave their kidney failure patients more of a certain anemia drug than non-profit centers in 2008, says a new study.
May 15th, 2013 It could be a financial burden for transplant families - covering the costs of different procedures.
They praise her yet, this Rowan Stringer, and shall for a long time. At 17, she gave so much of herself.
As National Lemonade Day unfolded across the state on May 4, the Louisiana Organ Procurement Agency set up a lemonade stand in Metairie in an effort to raise money and awareness for organ and tissue donation.
In the quiet of her room, Mary, Queen of Angels appeared. A simple nod and smile was all she gave.
More children are surviving pediatric cancer than ever before, but for some there is a price to pay - a damaged heart.
The provincial government is throwing its support behind legislation establishing a provincewide organ and tissue donation agency and an online donor registry.
APPLE VALLEY After watching his wife endure one of the most difficult challenges a mother could face, one High Desert husband has a deeper appreciation for his beloved.
Christopher Molnar is a young man who has given much to South Brunswick. As an Eagle Scout, Molnar's Eagle project took over 400 man hours to build for Christ the King Church.
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This significant limitation has prompted considerable, continued interest in the development of Cardiac Assist Devices that are capable of supporting patients with severe CHF, either until donor hearts become available or as an alternative to heart transplantation for long-term use.