What Would You Say to the Person Who Saved Your Life?

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Pulmonary hypertension patients may be among those who need lung transplants to keep breathing.

Read more about lung transplants in pulmonary hypertension patients.

Many patients wait for new lungs for months, even years. They could feel that it will never be their turn on that seemingly endless waiting list. When it finally comes it’s a magical moment, a new breath of life, a gulp of fresh air. Unfortunately, most times transplant patients don’t get to meet their donors. But what if they could? What would they say?

In this Gifted Life video, several transplant recipients answer the question: “If you could talk to your donor, what would you say?” Hear emotion filled answers that come with great gratitude for donors who gave them the gift of life.

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