The Lasting Impact of Donation  |  April 8, 2015

Photo courtesy of the Philadelphia Inquirer

Photo courtesy of the Philadelphia Inquirer

Sarah Gray and her husband, Ross, received devastating news early in her pregnancy: one of her twins had anencephaly and would not survive long after birth. She carried both twins, Thomas and Callum, to term and Thomas passed away six days later.

But his story didn’t end there.

Sarah and Ross donated Thomas’ liver, eyes and umbilical cord to research. The Gray family began a new journey to find out how Thomas’ donation will have a lasting impact, visiting researchers and labs who worked with his tissue.

Read their incredible story of hope and generosity here.

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