Why not 'family' instead of 'Mormon family'?
Incredible story. But I agree. How was this financed? Were services donated?
Most folk’s insurance would have been maxed out. Yes it’s great to
live in this day and time If you live in a country where this treatment is
available and affordable.
The families of the donors are probably the ones who deserve to think "why
I'm aware of a family who has gone down the same road albeit with just
one...not 5 members of the family.The cost of just one person going
through all of this must be enormous.The cost of 5 people going
through this would be out of reach for most Americans.A informative
addition to the story would be how the medical procedures were financed or who
stepped up to pay for all of these life saving procedures.A truly
Wow 4 heart transplants!I am with AZ Eagle - we need more stem cell
research.I no reason why we cannot extend funding into adult,
umbilical cord, and yes even fetal stem cell research to help those with severe
body organ failure or other issues.
This family is certainly blessed to live in a time when medical advances have
saved so many in their family. I wish them the very best.
This family doesn't know they can regenerate and rebuild their hearts using
their own stem cells? The children may be candidates for "adult stem cell
therapy" performed at Baylor University Medical Center and other major
hospitals that work with a patient's own stem cells.StemCellResearchFactsOrg reports that more than seventy diseases have been
successfully treated with adult stem cell therapy.
Thanks for the update on this incredible family. I've been wondering how
they are doing since first seeing their story told, up to that point, back in
2015. I found and find them to be some of the most inspiring people I've
ever heard of. I hope and pray for their continued resilience, good cheer and
for better good fortune.