“One of the great things about this conference, and something that I always find beautiful, is that the patient perspective is felt,” says Daniel Chambers, program manager
In 2002 my mother came to UCLA as a liver transplant patient, little did I know then that the journey would change my life forever.
My mother fell ill unexpectedly in November 2001, and by early January 2002 the doctor’s caring for her at Kaiser said my mother needed a lifesaving [...]
After their life-saving liver transplants mother and daughter are happy to be home.
As Mother’s Day neared, Georgina Barba wasn’t making any provisions.
“I don’t really plan anymore, because then something ends up happening,” says the 36-year-old Carson, California, mother of three. “The main thing is that we will all be home.”