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KU student meets the family of the selfless eight-year-old boy who gave his heart valve to save her life | The River

KU student meets the family of the selfless eight-year-old boy who gave his heart valve to save her life

Written by Sarah Sinclair on March 14 2017… 1,161 more words

The River

Some information about Regea – what, where, and how?

To get a clear idea about our project, it is important to understand the company we are doing it for, of course. And that is exactly what you are going to read in this blog. 431 more words

Project

Unyts working with Buffalo State students to promote organ donation

Joseph Kasko
thebuffaloreview@gmail.com

(Buffalo, N.Y.) – Unyts, the western New York non-profit organization that promotes organ donation, has started working with public relations students at Buffalo State to help raise awareness of the issue. 528 more words

Campus

Finding contentment

So much of today’s technologically advanced world is designed to remind us of what we don’t have.  Advertisements for everything under the sun – including peace, if only I would buy the organizing package, flood my inbox daily.  931 more words

Faith Family Football

Organ and Tissue Donation by Religious Affiliation Part 2

Greek Orthodox

According to Reverend Dr. Milton Efthimiou, Director of the Department of Church and Society for the Greek Orthodox Church of North and South America, ” The Greek Orthodox Church is not opposed to organ donation as long as the organs and tissue in question are used to better human life, i.e., for transplantation or for research that will lead to improvements in the treatment and prevention of disease.” Organ donation is the individual decision of each member. 535 more words

Health Ethics

Our Visit to a Brain Bank

Brain banks are a vital resource in MND research. The MRC London Neurodegenerative Diseases Brain Bank was established in 1989. It is part of King’s College London and King’s College Hospital, and is part-funded by the Medical Research Council (MRC). 855 more words

MND Research

Hobbling but Grateful

Let’s say you’re a mom and you’ve just had knee surgery–your second surgery in four months. Let’s also say you have a thoughtful friend who sends you a bouquet from Edible Arrangements. 446 more words