After receiving a heart transplant, Gordon Love, 70, brings gratitude to every sunrise.
Battling fatigue and heart trouble, Tim DeGeest learned he had a rare genetic mutation—and he'd need a heart transplant to survive.
Transplant Games of America brings transplant recipients together to celebrate life.
Though Katie Watkins looked healthy on the outside, her weak heart couldn’t sustain her much longer. Organ donation provided new life.
Major Miller turned 40 in June. A few months earlier, he received a new heart and renewed life.
Rick Eding learned he had a failing heart in his early 30s. And now, exactly 3,676 days after a procedure to restore his quality of life, he’s unstoppable.
Blindsided by a life-threatening diagnosis, a Central Michigan University student beats the odds and lives to receive a heart transplant.
Facing end-stage heart failure at age 19, Nick Jaenicke held on long enough to receive a donor heart—just like his brother and grandfather before him.
After transplant surgery, a woman plans to have her diseased organ plastinated so it can serve as a teaching specimen to help others.
Swimming in the World Transplant Games lets Fred Nelis test his limits.
Two families connected by organ donation meet to honor the gift of a young man's heart, now living on in another.
Fabiola Garnett suffered cardiac arrest at age 13. Two decades later, she received the gift of a heart.