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मंगलवार, 3 जनवरी 2017

Have a heart, give a liver

Have a heart, give a liver
- Liu told the Global Times that when his doctor said that he could survive only if he was lucky enough to get a suitable liver, he was full of hope. However, after one month passed by, then half a year, he began to feel anxious and thought that his life was over.  "Hope is a terrible thing as it makes you endure endless waiting. I was tired of asking doctors whether I could get a new liver and was  ready to quit," said Liu. Liu, now recovering, felt he was the luckiest man in the world as he had seen many other patients die before getting a new organ.