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Heart Transplants (INACTIVE)

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  • First GR Heart Transplant Patient Thankful For Recovery

    First GR Heart Transplant Patient Thankful For Recovery
    The day after Thanksgiving, 51-year-old Rahn Bentley kept the gratitude going with every beat of his new heart. Two days before the one year anniversary of being wheeled into surgery for Grand Rapids' first heart transplant operation, Bentley spoke out...
  • Man walks cross-country to help heart transplant recipients

    Man walks cross-country to help heart transplant recipients
    A California man's cross-country mission to raise awareness of organ donation has brought him through Central Pennsylvania. Mike Titttinger has walked more than 3,000 miles in memory of his late wife, Deanna, who died ten years ago after an unsuccessful ...
  • College Student Fights For Heart Transplant

    College Student Fights For Heart Transplant
    Right now inside an ICU room at Medical City Dallas, electronic devices and tubes surround a seemingly healthy young lady, as doctors and nurses monitor every beat of an ailing young heart. While she celebrated her birthday months ago, 24 year-old...
  • West Michigan's First Heart Transplant Patient Releases Book

    West Michigan's First Heart Transplant Patient Releases Book
    West Michigan's first heart transplant recipient released a book Thursday that chronicles his journey. The book comes out just over a year since Rahn Bentley's transplant at the Fred and Lena Meijer Heart Center. To celebrate the anniversary Bentley...
  • L.I. Shoplifter Has Weeks To Live After Ruining Chances For Heart Transplant

    L.I. Shoplifter Has Weeks To Live After Ruining Chances For Heart Transplant
    A Long Island woman with end-stage heart disease has only weeks to live after she lost her chance at a heart transplant for shoplifting back in September. Now Diane McCloud and her lawyer are asking to be released into a hospice, so she doesn't spend her...
  • Heart Transplant Patient Gets Special Visit

    Heart Transplant Patient Gets Special Visit
    A patient and a promise. A little boy fighting for his life when all he wants to do is play. And a baseball player who says every time he's at work, he promises to think about his new little friend. The surgery, the treatment and the care helped Drew...
  • Kingwood student teaches school about need for organ donations

    Kingwood student teaches school about need for organ donations
    What a difference a day makes. 17-year-old Michael Leon was scheduled to take center stage at a Kingwood Park High School meeting to talk about the importance of organ donations, but 24 hours earlier something happened. You see, Michael was born with...
  • Heart-healthy 'Kathy's Cookbook' was labor of love for late cardiac patient

    Heart-healthy 'Kathy's Cookbook' was labor of love for late cardiac patient
    Kathy Brown wasn't always much of a chef — but she was an educator. When Brown, the former head of Grace Christian School, was diagnosed with amyloidosis of the heart in April 2008, she began experimenting with recipes to suit her new low-fat, low-...
  • Man Blogs About Life At Hartford Hospital While Waiting For New Heart

    Man Blogs About Life At Hartford Hospital While Waiting For New Heart
    Colby Salerno has spent the last three months in a room at Hartford Hospital as he waits for a new heart. Posters and goofy pictures adorn the walls of Salerno's room, which resembles a college dormitory. He studies often here, and he hopes to attend...
  • PASSINGS: Fred Kinne, Tony Huesman, Kenneth H. Bacon

    PASSINGS: Fred Kinne, Tony Huesman, Kenneth H. Bacon
    Fred Kinne Plane crash work helped win Pulitzer Fred Kinne, 93, a veteran editor who helped a San Diego newspaper win the Pulitzer Prize for its coverage of a 1978 plane crash, died Aug. 9 at a nursing center in La Mesa, his family said. He had suffered...
  • San Diego hospital suspends heart transplants

    UC San Diego Medical Center announced Friday that it was voluntarily shutting its heart transplant program — at least temporarily — amid a federal review of transplant centers that fall below performance standards. "It is a very difficult...