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'There shouldn’t be a waiting list.' Tucson widow touts importance of organ, tissue donation

On Sept. 15, 2013, Christine Eisenfeld received the phone call nobody wants to get. Her husband, Scott Eisenfeld, suffered sudden cardiac arrest and collapsed when he was in the middle of a 40-mile bike ride training for El Tour de Tucson. 390 more words

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A perfect match: An organ donor's personal motivation

Tucson resident Barbara Lacoursiere understands how far the science of organ donation has come, and how its acceptance has grown over the past 60 years.  And she knows exactly what a precious gift it is to donate.  598 more words

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"It would have been a horror not to have donated." Widow's decision brought comfort

Organ donation saves lives, tissue donation heals lives, and corneas restore sight.  The Donor Network of Arizona (DNA) is a nonprofit, 501(c)3 federally designated organ procurement organization for the state of Arizona.  212 more words

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Donate Life: How organ donation saved lives and helped grieving families heal

We are halfway through the month of April, National Donate Life Month.  The Donor Network of Arizona (DNA) has shared some touching letters they received from family members who, despite dealing with the loss of a loved one, made the decision to give life.  479 more words

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Families comforted by decision to donate loved one's organs

During the month of April, National Donate Life Month, we will continue to publish some stories provided by the Donor Network of Arizona (DNA) to help illustrate how organ donation saves lives, tissue donation heals lives, and corneas restore sight. 488 more words

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One family's story about giving the gift of life

April is National Donate Life Month. 

 

DonateLifeAZ is administered by the Donor Network of Arizona (DNA), a nonprofit, 501(c)3 federally designated organ procurement organization for the state of Arizona.  175 more words

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