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it is vital everyone throughout the UK shares their organ donation wishes with their next of kin as ultimately it is they who will make the final decision.
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England and Wales Transplant Cricket 1h
Massive congratulations to our opening left arm bowler On his full remmition from cancer. Jaime underwent a successful bone marrow transplant 2 years ago. 💪💪
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Karen who is part of the is competing in thanks to a Gift of Life, and we are delighted to be delighted to be sharing in her experiences whilst there. Read her daily diary & about your decision.
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Watch ⁦⁩ ⁦⁩ special programme - all powered by the Gift of Life. | Tyne Tees - ITV News
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Thomas Hames 18h
World Champions at football! GB & NI win Gold and Bronze in football at the , with medical provision from Cov STs. Well done all nations for a great tournament.
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Richard Gottfried 17h
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@GBTxFootball 19h
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Ali Reynolds 16h
Thanks for your unwavering support 💕 Hope you’re feeling better 👍 Great result despite the abysmal weather. 174 signed up to the register.
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WTGF TransplantGames 15h
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Ottilie Quince 19h
Cha ching!! Beyond chuffed! These two meant a lot to me. Gold in the individual time trial and gold in the mixed time trial today. Onto the road race tomorrow ✌🏽🥇🥇🇬🇧
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HayleyC 22h
Really touched by what came in the post today ❤️
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CLDF 23h
Good luck to Luke and everyone else taking part in World Transplant Games 2019
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Jane Sarah Matthews 22h
Replying to @NHSOrganDonor
Life post transplant for Emily is learning to paddle board in the welsh waters of home. Her donor gifted her this and so much more, a future 💙
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Adrienne Bean 21h
My dad had his transplant at Papworth in 1991. We had him for an extra 13 years. I treasure every extra cuddle, the fact he saw his 2 grandchildren and every minute we had with him. Thank you Papworth - you live in my heart (excuse the pun).
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NHS Organ Donation💗 21h
A kidney and liver transplant transformed Helen's life. She's competing for Team GB at the World Transplant Games. Good luck Helen!
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david atkinson 21h
Jack finished 4th in the 5k TT. He gave it literally everything he had. Very proud of him Much love to his donor family ❤️
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Royal Papworth Hospital 20h
Replying to @NHSOrganDonor
The patient, Keith Castle, lived for 5 years post-transplant. Sir Terence met with Keith's son, Keith Jnr, and Richard Worthington, who had his transplant in 1984. Richard is our longest-surviving recipient of a single heart transplant. |
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ITV News Tyne Tees Aug 18
Our cameras gained exclusive access to Danika Cross' kidney transplant journey every step of the way, including the operation. This is her story. 🚨Warning: video contains footage of surgery🚨
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James Eyre Aug 19
now I sit here after a good report at the Freeman Hospital seeing the # passiton referring to the Transplant Games in Newcastle. I’m forever grateful to my donor and his family who said yes for me to live. Good luck to all competing, please
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Steve Donaldson 20h
Third place in the year time trial at the world Transplant games - only possible due to my hero donor.
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