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“The Games were very inspirational as every person was there because they had had a second chance at life.” Read Flora’s blog about her amazing time at the World Transplant Games: http://blog.gosh.org/patientsandparents/world-transplant-games/

“The Games were very inspirational as every person was there because they had had a second chance at life.” Read Flora’s blog about her amazing time at the World Transplant Games: http://blog.gosh.org/patientsandparents/world-transplant-games/

The Donate Life Transplant Games of America is a biennial event held in the United States to recognize the tremendous accomplishments of individuals whose lives have been affected by eye, organ, and tissue donation.

The Donate Life Transplant Games of America is a biennial event held in the United States to recognize the tremendous accomplishments of individuals whose lives have been affected by eye, organ, and tissue donation.

If someone donates lungs to a person with CF, they are actually giving them wings!  Please be an organ donor, it is a gift of life!  Artist: Yaron Kakim

If someone donates lungs to a person with CF, they are actually giving them wings! Please be an organ donor, it is a gift of life!

NKF "Transplant Games" (WI, 2010)

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Kwa Zulu Natal News and Information

Elliot Livingstone, from Hampshire, was diagnosed with dilated cardiomyopathy shortly after his birth in 2013. He was kept alive by a mechanical heart at Great Ormond Street for 420 days - the longest in the hospital's history.He returned home earlier this month after having transplant surgery.

'Second chance' for heart transplant boy

A family whose two-year-old son received a heart transplant after a wait in hospital say they have been given "a second chance at life".

“I ran really fast because mummy said there was ice cream!” Four-year-old Temperance knew exactly why she wanted to win at her first ever British Transplant Games. Meet some of our inspiring patients who took part: http://blog.gosh.org/patientsandparents/2013-british-transplant-games/

Temperance Reid - Heart transplant girl wins silver on the running track -

Ethan Daniel's medical journey started with a puffy eye. He was a little boy who needed a heart transplant and the right specialists to bridge the way. This is the story of how doctors at Cincinnati Children's saved his life and bridged the way to transplant with something called a Berlin Heart.

Ethan Daniel's medical journey started with a puffy eye. He was a little boy who needed a heart transplant and the right specialists to bridge the way. This is the story of how doctors at Cincinnati Children's saved his life and bridged the way to transplant with something called a Berlin Heart.

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