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I'm going to watch this

It's a new documentary coming out soon and will be on the CBC show The Nature of Things next week. It will follow both the donors and the recipients and is apparently both thought provoking and heart wrenching. I'm so admiring of the family who lost their 28 year old son. It was sudden and shocking (cardiac arrest while getting a tattoo) and they not only allowed their son's organs to be donated, they wanted to be part of the documentary to encourage other families.

http://www.cbc.ca/news/canada/edmonton/filmmaker-explores-life-and-death-decisions-of-edmonton-transplant-institute-1.3843510

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  • Thank you will watch
  • The Link

    Sorry, I'm used to a couple of other websites where all you have to do is put it in, and it converts

  • Cool! Thank you for sharing. I will definitely watch this too if possible.
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