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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Just one donor has the potential to save eight lives through organ donation and restore up to 75 more through tissue donation. The need for organ donation in the United States and Arizona is high.
Celebrating Black History Month
In February, we celebrate and honor Black History Month. Throughout the month, and for the remainder of the year, we will continue to recognize the Black and African American communities by highlighting their contributions to donation and transplantation in Arizona.
A second second-chance
“I never had a solid diagnosis as to why my kidneys failed at the age of 26,” Linda Robinson says, though it didn’t entirely matter why she had kidney issues for 14 years. It came down to needing a transplant to stay alive.