A Remarkable Woman: A Superflux of Compassion and Amazing Guts!

Here is a remarkable story and another book to add to your TBR tower.

Good People Doing Great Things

kidney sellers cover

Some years ago bioethics professional Dr. Sigrid Fry-Revere had a harrowing experience with her six year old son. He developed kidney cancer. He might have very well needed a kidney transplant in the immediate future. And he might have died because he could not find a donor organ.

Believe it or not, there is a serious shortage of kidney and other organ donors in the US.

Fortunately her son is alive and well today, is now a hale and hearty 16 years-old, having survived this ordeal smashingly.

But this experience, the terror of it and the discovery of the drastic shortage of organ donors to meet a huge US need, people with failing organs of all kinds, seared and galvanized Sigrid Fry-Revere to research in incredible depth, not only the US organ donor system, but how other countries handle this need.

Profoundly surprising to her, she found that of all…

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2 Responses to A Remarkable Woman: A Superflux of Compassion and Amazing Guts!

  1. Wow, what a courageous woman. Have you read the book? It sounds amazing, Marie. “Tower” in my case “towers.” I don’t think I’ll live long enough to read all of my books.


    • 1WriteWay says:

      No, I haven’t read her book yet, Jill. Good point about “towers” 🙂 I’m starting to feel the same way: there will never be enough time to read everything I want to read.


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