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College Student Leads Team After Tissue Transplant  |  04.25.12

A large part of who Cameron had become was likely over.  Competing as a student athlete on the lacrosse field was what he loved most.  As team captain, he had every intention of leading his team throughout his senior year.  Additionally, he was planning to continue playing the sport he loved in college.  “When I […]

Spirits Stay High For Cancer Patient  |  04.23.12

Here Woody Roseland talks about his cancer and how he stays positive despite the odds. His trusted surgeon, Dr. Kelly, is by his side to give expert information on cancer and limb preservation. Check out their interview below.

Singer sings once more after second double lung transplant  |  04.18.12

As a professional opera singer, Charity Tillemann Dick needed a good set of lungs.  However, at the age of 20 she developed a dangerous condition and needed an immediate lung transplant.  After her first tranplant, her body began rejecting the new lungs, thus putting her on a tulmutuous journey waiting for the second pair.   See […]

What Does Your Religion Say About Donation?  |  04.16.12

A large part of the United States’ foundation is religious freedom. As a result, there are many and various religions throughout the nation. Nearly all of these religions have addressed the issue of donation.  Where do you think your church stands?  Check out this comprehensive list of religions and what they say about donation here.

It’s National Donate Life Month!  |  04.09.12

In honor of April marking National Donate Life Month, check out this amazing update on the “Bieber Fever” story posted in February here!    

How Far Are You Willing to Go To Support Donation?  |  04.03.12

Are you willing to do anything to support organ and tissue donation? Guy Vroom certainly is! Guy is working with Donor Aliance as the Colorado drivers license spokesman to raise awareness for donation. Check out just how far Guy is willing to go for the cause!

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