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Unformatted text preview: ’ {Mi/5.136 23: 01:05:13 1 £134 M . < Heqfl'bgn'f Ixaqxogxagg EDITING SCRIPT 0100;52) Fm’efh Kuhn/3&3 77,57 ”701318 Narration: Every eighteen minutes another man, woman, or child is placed on the waiting list for an organ transplant. Each year, almost four #135525 (MM cwd) thousand of these people will die - - - simply because not enough donors / fiv;E:Z?iE‘fi;fi 3 0 v.“ \ W (M were available. Hrfly\u¢dsh35ni 7H”152 gog$w* “fifilvj (Ito/U0) Weld} 5:09:03 Narration: Transplant recipients such as Holly Sergio, Melanie, and fiv+huv NEN5394CE 0i23150 Arthur have gone on to lead perfectly normal, productive, and healthy lives 17am Fwd}! #{ HUOI‘57 vbecause a donor family made a giving and unselfish decision — the decision to donate a loved one's organs after death. C/Kflflffi‘f} / Kama“; C("zly /?."€72.‘00 Narration: Each year transplants save the lives of thousands of people all KIM/1:"! Nude two/127 over the world. Over a half million more people receive life-enhancing 1230710f . 12:93:21 12:06:46 I ”:03:45 flmA ”Mei /g,’rl jfam‘fj/iuyjfieamcr/ ng'cc 571% Pm“) tissue transplants which enable them to see, to stand, to walk, and to live healthy lives fires of pain and crippling infirmities. [Murrc dzsoqriifxai 0:02:55) gum. fiqjk‘dba 1! 3:01:39 Narration: Twelve—year-old Brian is able to enjoy an active, athletic life 55 imam 3301,47 today because nearly nine years ago he received a heart transplant that ,1/0’ saved his life. {Wtw TH um: 23— [EB Kimberly Mack/Brian's Motherzz/At 15 months old, Brian contracted a TH rum Kim My; 23mm W3: 22:15“ virus that settled in his heart muscle and destroyed it. l/Fémh Z¢hkrco’44fiy,3;22<3y The surgeons told me that Brian was no longer responding to I65!” gi’liqh CAM} 5:23:33; conventional therapy,,and that the only alternative was to have a 8 / Flw‘g Cv’ Brim 3/1351? 77/ heart transplant, and at that time, they figured that his window of opportunity was two months to receive the transplant in order to save his life. 779' sir/5:20 Hellane Mack/Brian's Grandmother: When we found out that Brian would _ 3f 29'" I3 7H F1741? Hal/enc/Khéh die if he did not receive a transplant, the bottom just fell out of my (”huh ”vi/Diff] 352%‘22 life. The thought of losing him so young, without a chance of him TH having any part of life, was devastating. But/Lith the transplant, and I look at him today, you couldn't find a happier grandmother because he is a normal, healthy little boy, but without it, we 7H w’qlky'ujc ju/esmlk 31051275 wouldn't have had him. There are days that I'll just walk up to him ! and just hug him for no reason, but I'm just so happy to have him. / Err‘m Elm-M! PM 3W7! m [5'k4+.'nj 3,1177% He's so active. He never stops, either the brain or the body. It TH never, never stops. I'm just thrilled, and I do,/:'ll just walk up to him and he'll say "What's that for, Grandma?", and I'll say "Just ’ Brz'mx fl/v‘c [dd] W352!" lé 'cause." But I'm so happy to have him. [53 9:13:57] Kimberly Mack/Brian's Mother: Today, we're having a special party in honor of Brian's ninth anniversary that just passed three days ago, / C(/ awn Fad] 312‘!" 06* and we're taking a bunch of friends out to have a big swim party and a barbecue, just to kind of acknowledge the fact that we've made another //.65d Gyrvf 3;27 I? milestone and completed another year. ...
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