Video Q&A about Living Liver Donation - How It Works

Fri, Jul 22, 2016
1:00pm to 2:00pm ET

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Dr. Raman Mahabir, Plastic Surgeon, and Dr. Winston Hewitt, Transplant Surgeon, at Mayo Clinic in Arizona discuss living liver donation and how it works.

Learn more about:

  • Living liver donations: How does it work? Who should consider it?
  • The transplantation program at Mayo Clinic
  • Mayo Clinic’s unique approach to transplant

 

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@rosemarya @dglass4040 @uneeq1 @coastalgirl @peakbagger @kequick @keggebraaten @ellgi @wmoser2613 @TWSS @user_chcbc919c @magrand48 I thought you would like to know that we have two live video events about transplant happening on Connect today and Friday.

Today, Dr. Raman Mahabir, Plastic Surgeon, and Dr. Winston Hewitt, Transplant Surgeon, at Mayo Clinic in Arizona will be talking about living liver donation. Join us here at 5:30 Central time right here: http://mayocl.in/2acLwZ3

Friday, July 22, Dr. Cesar Keller, a transplant physician at Mayo Clinic in Florida, will chat with Richard Oppelt, the first patient to receive a lung transplant at Mayo Clinic’s Florida campus.
Join us at 11:30 Central time here: http://mayocl.in/29W8WAa

@colleenyoung

@rosemarya @dglass4040 @uneeq1 @coastalgirl @peakbagger @kequick @keggebraaten @ellgi @wmoser2613 @TWSS @user_chcbc919c @magrand48 I thought you would like to know that we have two live video events about transplant happening on Connect today and Friday.

Today, Dr. Raman Mahabir, Plastic Surgeon, and Dr. Winston Hewitt, Transplant Surgeon, at Mayo Clinic in Arizona will be talking about living liver donation. Join us here at 5:30 Central time right here: http://mayocl.in/2acLwZ3

Friday, July 22, Dr. Cesar Keller, a transplant physician at Mayo Clinic in Florida, will chat with Richard Oppelt, the first patient to receive a lung transplant at Mayo Clinic’s Florida campus.
Join us at 11:30 Central time here: http://mayocl.in/29W8WAa

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I saw your previous “On Facebook Live'” notice. Thank-you for letting us know that I can see it here, since I’m not connected to facebook. Do I need to sign up, or can I simply view it here at the link that you provided?

@colleenyoung

@rosemarya @dglass4040 @uneeq1 @coastalgirl @peakbagger @kequick @keggebraaten @ellgi @wmoser2613 @TWSS @user_chcbc919c @magrand48 I thought you would like to know that we have two live video events about transplant happening on Connect today and Friday.

Today, Dr. Raman Mahabir, Plastic Surgeon, and Dr. Winston Hewitt, Transplant Surgeon, at Mayo Clinic in Arizona will be talking about living liver donation. Join us here at 5:30 Central time right here: http://mayocl.in/2acLwZ3

Friday, July 22, Dr. Cesar Keller, a transplant physician at Mayo Clinic in Florida, will chat with Richard Oppelt, the first patient to receive a lung transplant at Mayo Clinic’s Florida campus.
Join us at 11:30 Central time here: http://mayocl.in/29W8WAa

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Good question Rosemary. You can view the video right here on Connect. Simply click the link provided.

As soon as the video goes live, I will bring it into Connect. No need to be on Facebook. We’ll bring the action to you 🙂 Fingers crossed that I get it right.

There’s been a delay. The video event will start in a few minutes…

We’re live! Thank you for joining us.
Please post your questions and I’ll send them to Dr. Raman Mahabir and Dr. Winston Hewitt.

@colleenyoung

We’re live! Thank you for joining us.
Please post your questions and I’ll send them to Dr. Raman Mahabir and Dr. Winston Hewitt.

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I came in 5 minutes late, and thus missed part of the discussion. As a recipient, I really was amazed by the attention to details that is necessary for organ donation. Dr. Raman Mahabir and Dr. Winston Hewitt both demonstrated their respect and concern for the wellbeing of both the donor and the patient. For me, that is a powerful testimony to the beauty of organ transplant. Rosemary

@colleenyoung

We’re live! Thank you for joining us.
Please post your questions and I’ll send them to Dr. Raman Mahabir and Dr. Winston Hewitt.

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Some of my immediate family members asked me about the possibility of living liver donation. I was too sick at that point, and there wasn’t enough time. I will always cherish that they were willing to do that for me.

@colleenyoung

We’re live! Thank you for joining us.
Please post your questions and I’ll send them to Dr. Raman Mahabir and Dr. Winston Hewitt.

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Of course, now you have the benefit of the archived recording. You can watch the first 5 minutes you missed by clicking the play button on the video above.

Here’s a story about a kidney donor Good Samaritan Donor Kicks Off a Kidney Donation ‘Chain Reaction’
http://intheloop.mayoclinic.org/discussion/good-samaritan-donor-kicks-off-a-kidney-donation-chain-reaction/?linkId=26564446
Donors are definitely giver of life heros.

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