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Ray Jonasson running and completing the Ancaster Mill Race 5K run after receiving a liver transplant less than 11 months earlier.
Tags: donation, gift, life, liver, of, More…organ, promotion, recipient, transplant
The most important thing, Mark, is that we are still alive and relatively healthy. The cure for a bad day is to remember what it was like before the transplant. It seems that we have the same relationship with cancer too. I have told the doctors that they took it all out and that I have no time for cancer but they continue to look for any signs. Its great to have such excellent care. I hurt my knee during the race and had to go into survival mode; they still haven't determined what the problem is but I can use exercise machines, bicycle, and the pool to prepare for a return to competition. This will (hopefully) be my vehicle to promote organ donation. Wish me luck.
This is, hopefully, the first step in a return to competitive running to show the world that organ donation works!
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