Three Short Questions For #TransplantRogues The thing about the Transplant community is that many of us are focussed on helping out other transplant patients and living life ‘like our donors are watching’. Tony and I are no different. We recently
We mistakenly thought there were 2 elephants in the room after transplant: Infection and Rejection. We’ve identified another one hiding in there with the other 2. I hope there aren’t too many more in there. The new elephant is despair. Desperation.
Bill C-316 is a Private Member’s Bill put forward by MP Len Webber to allow people to sign up as Organ Donors by checking a box on their Income Tax return!
Our medication tracking system evolved as Tony’s meds got more complicated. Without a system, he had no way to answer the question: Did I take my meds?
Caregiving is difficult and there are no quick tips! It’s a marathon, rather than a sprint. You’ve got this! #RoguesAreReady
Clinic notes are nothing more than a record of what is discussed when you are at doctors’ visits. When you have a chronic illness and/or multiple doctors, it’s important that you keep your own accurate records of what you discussed.
Find a link for this book in our Amazon Store: CLICK HERE. I first saw this book on the shelf of a pain clinic nurse when Tony was in for an assessment. I looked at it and said, ‘How doctors
April is ‘Organ Donor Awareness’ Month. We’re falling behind in BC – so the ‘Tie One On’ challenge is officially ‘on’. Can we break 1 Million registered organ donors by the end of April? I *know* we can. #EliminateTheWait
You’re statistically more likely to require an organ transplant than to be a donor. Could you afford it?
Tony’s been on the transplant list for 2 weeks. It seems like forever. These are the Top 10 Reasons Tony & Beth would like the phone to ring.