I came across a blog called "Merv Sheppard's Transplant Network" and it is definitely worthy of visiting! Merv is from Ontario Canada and has a connection to organ donation, as many of us do. His profile reads:
"Retired after 25 years as a Drug Rep and Continuing Medical Education Associate with Wyeth. I was diagnosed with pulmonary fibrosis in October of 1999 and was in end-stage respiratory failure when I received the "Gift of Life" of a single-lung transplant in April of 2002. I will be forever grateful for my second chance at life and am now an advocate for Organ Donation Awareness and Transplant Research Funding."
I found it a couple days ago so I haven't been able to really dive into his postings, but the few I've read are inspirational as well as informational. His post today is a moving article about a Canadian doctor who helped hundreds, if not thousands, of patients for many years but eventually needed a life saving transplant.
Check it out, I'm sure you'll agree that Merv's site provides some pretty cool reads!!