The unique beauty of the Transplant Games, held this year in Cleveland, OH, lies within the interactions between the donor families and recipients.
The field of organ and tissue donation is one of high stakes. In other industries, performance improvement might equate with more units manufactured and sold, more money made, or stock price increases. In ours, it means more human lives saved.
It’s surprising to realize how rarely people actually do attentively listen to one another when interacting.
Calendar of Events
- Full Calendar
- RT @Sunilmed: Published an article - Current trends in kidney transplantation in India in Indian Journal of Urology https://t.co/6Ol2pHMqMi,
- RT @DonateLife: Thanks @LateNightSeth for the #iOS10 #iPhone Health app #organdonation shout out! #DonateLife https://t.co/905wHQP73i,
- RT @FiftyLives: This story reminds us that age can never stop you from healing someone’s life! https://t.co/mbBA38oB3Z #DonateLIfe https://t.co/kfhKOX2XAN,
- RT @Donors1: Former NBA champ Alonzo Mourning discusses how organ donation saved his life. #DonateLife https://t.co/cvBN2shRiC https://t.co/gEgQVvwB3C,
- The Transplant Games of America: 2016 https://t.co/XaKGYqdzH8 via @GOLInstitute,