Sure, I can get back to Connect after some time to share my further experience. I actually got here just because I was reading through different articles available online describing how various people changed after they got an organ transplanted from another person – and, many times, how they picked up certain habits, preferences, behaviors etc. from the donor. Which is, in my opinion, another taboo in this society, because of course, who wants to get an organ from, let's say, a nasty person? But, if you need an organ, you don't think twice. So, people often do not think about these things. But the cells do have a memory and patients and their relatives do notice these changes (thankfully, not always bad changes). As I said, this is a very wide topic but yes I do believe that this is possible since I learned certain things about our donor which explains a lot to me. If at least the society helped the caregivers more, that would be nice, but we don't get any real help from anywhere. Anyways, thanks for having me here and I really wish the best to everyone, I wish people were always healthy and nobody would have to suffer in any way.