I really just wanted to let those people on here who think they can't live a normal life or a long life after a heart transplant. I here to say that is not nessarily true. You see back in 1988 when I was very young . my mother was put on the list for a new heart.she had cardiomyopothy.she went into a coma for a little over a month. So my family is begining to loose hope.Even begin disscussing who will take care of us kids if she passes. well its been over 20yrs since my mother recieved her new heart .And she is now 60yrs old in in good health!!!!! she was the 65th heart transplant performed at the cleveland clinic. I love my mom soo much everyday is a blessing. so don't think you can't do all you dream of . You can!!!
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