A regular family of four. Sporty, sociable husband, arty anti-social wife, techie teenage son and Messi fan daughter. A six month roller coaster - from healthy to dying. A heart transplant is successful.
The medical success of transplantation has not translated into benefit for most patients primarily because of limited organ availability and affordability of a transplant. Here is what is likely to happen and how you can insure yourself and get help.
Transplantation of Hands and Faces is not life-saving. Hands and faces are highly visible parts of the body, and closely related to the identity of the individual. This makes their transplantation difficult.
Need an organ transplant and don't know where to start? ORGAN India is pleased to announce the launch of a Transplant Guide. An all-inclusive virtual handbook of transplant centres across India, along with related information a transplant patient may require.
Meet Muktesh Chander. The man who created Green Corridors in North India, to facilitate smooth and timely transportation of organs in a non-stop thoroughfare - no mean achievement in a chaotic and apathetic city like Delhi.
You may have heard about heart transplants but do you really know what happens behind the scenes? Watch this short film to catch a glimpse of the rush to save a life!
Once your cardiologist tells you that there is no further treatment available for your heart disease, perhaps it’s time to think of heart transplants and LVADs.
A mother faced with a dying child receives the ultimate gift from another mother who lost her son. A miracle followed by more miracles aided by doctors, government organizations, police and the large hearted residents of Chennai.