In her story Sharon deals with the difference her second transplant has made to her life –
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Ashley tells her personal story….
When I knew Philip needed a transplant I decided to run the Dublin Marathon at the end of October to raise money for the RVH Liver Support Group. Between my family and myself we raised £1000.
In 2003 I was diagnosed with Hepatitis C. When I got the news I was absolutely devastated. I was to start a course of drugs, however before I was able to start this treatment I unfortunately was rushed
Connie Grace Taylor was born on June 28th 2007. A twin to Daniel, she has spent most of her young life in hospital either in Belfast or, more recently, in Birmingham.To date she has had 23
I was born with a rare condition called Classic Maple Syrup Urine Disease. This illness restricted me to low protein foods and drinks – a diet made up of fruit and
May I begin by expressing my gratitude to everyone in the three hospitals where I was treated – the Royal, where I was nursed, informed and prepared
My liver problems really started thirty years ago although they did not show until this past ten years. When I was about twenty five I developed ulcerative
My name is Megan and when I was 18 years old I gave birth to a bouncing baby boy on the 12th of April 2010. My pregnancy and the birth were perfectly normal so I was discharged from hospital
Cara Hearst had a life-saving transplant at King’s in early 2009. Since then she has recovered well and recently qualified from Queens as a fully qualified nurse. Her younger sister Amy
My mum, Erica Ferguson, is a two time liver transplant recipient. She had her first transplant when I was 8 years old. At the time it was such a blur. Being so young I didn’t fully understand the