Addison Parker lives on in many lives, including Grant’s.
Now, she is able to see the world around her and play with her grandchildren.
He lives on not only through the three lives he saved, but also through his friends and family.
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Happy Mother’s Day!
This Mother’s Day, we are thanking all the mothers who have said “yes” to birth tissue donation. Through Donor Network of Arizona’s (DNA) birth tissue donation program, birth tissue (placenta and umbilical cord) can become a priceless gift with the potential to aid in the healing of multiple or various types of surgical procedures. The …
Hope over Fear | How the family of a young organ transplant recipient is facing a global pandemic
Photo: Heart recipient Oliver Crawford with a photo of Myles, his donor. Because Oliver Crawford received his lifesaving heart transplant at just 6 days old, his family is taking extra precautions to keep him safe during the global COVID-19 pandemic. Since his transplant, 5-year-old Oliver has been taking anti-rejection medication, which suppresses his immune …
Hope In Challenging Times
“Oh. That’s cool!” That was Kwentin’s only reaction when he learned his sister had registered as an organ, eye and tissue donor when she got her driver’s license in December of 2019. His mother, Cecilia, describes him as “a boy of few words.” But that short family conversation about the gift of life helped her …