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Although LifePoint works only with families of deceased donors, you may be interested in becoming a living donor.

For more information about living donation, visit the Donate Life America Web site or get in touch with your local transplant center.

Residents of South Carolina should contact the Medical University of South Carolina by visiting www.musc.edu or calling (843) 792-2300.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 
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Reagan, heart recipient
Reagan
heart recipient
Lexington, S.C.


Reagan was born in 2005 with a rare congenital heart defect and needed several critical surgeries. Two days before her first Christmas, Reagan's heart could no longer sustain itself. Reagan was placed on a heart machine and her only remaining chance to survive was a heart transplant.

Finally, Friday the 13th of January, became Reagan's lucky day. Through the generosity of a donor family, Reagan got the new heart she needed. Now this beautiful young girl is growing up and loves playing with her older brother.

Reagan's mom Kelly says, "I am so grateful daily that the donor's family was so courageous. They gave life to us all!"
 
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