Saved by a Stranger
After battling a rare autoimmune disorder called Primary Sclerosing Cholangitis (PSC) for eighteen years which led to cirrhosis, author Lezlee Peterzell-Bellanich’s husband, Capt. Rob, finally received his life-saving liver transplant on September 10, 2020, at Mayo Clinic in Jacksonville, FL. Today, he looks and feels like a healthy man with a new engine inside of him.
What were all of the twists and turns that led to where they are now?
How does hearing amazing survival stories from other transplant
patients provide hope and crucial information to those on the wait list?
How, who, and where do deceased organs come from?
"This is truly an inspiring and well-told account of one family's journey through organ transplantation.
What makes this incredibly enlightening is that the author interviewed other recipients and medical professionals to help create a book that answers many of the questions and unknowns surrounding this life-giving process, thereby encouraging others to become donors. ..."
—Susan Caples, Founder and President of the Katie Caples Foundation