Yes, it's on Facebook that he went into surgery at 5 pm and was closed at 11 pm. He did great according to the FB post and now we just have to send him the best healing Karma we can manage.
What truly fantastic news! I don't belong to FB but I think I recall that he told me it was a 36 year old liver prior to surgery. I'm not sure of that but I think it's true. I was just too excited to think straight or hear straight.
I am so happy to hear this news that Hector got his liver.. He's always so encouraging on here and positive in spite of his circumstances. What an inspiration. I am sending good thoughts his way. Susan400
I am so relieved! Hector and I were going to have lunch today (we had never actually met face to face) and he left me a message yesterday that said he would have to postpone our get together because he was getting a liver transplant. This is great news that he came though it and I will be sending all my good thoughts his way. Wow, this makes me So happy! Yay Hector!
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