This book details Fatimas journey as a two-time liver transplant recipient. The book is also about how her health struggles affected her personally and how the youth who have grown up with chronic illnesses can have normal yet special lives and how their families cope and become their strength. She also writes about how families from very different ethnic backgrounds come close together and form a strong bond in the pain of their children and their common challenges. She discussed the medical mistakes, which become life-changing for so many, and how there should be more acknowledgment of them rather than putting a lid on them. Finally, Fatima talks about how she came to spread awareness about organ donation; shares her story through social media, media, and public speaking; and how she came to be a part of a community of transplant patients, donor families, and those with chronic illness who united together through diversity and helped each other during their struggles. This book details how her life changed after her second liver transplant and the medical mistakes that Fatima endured.
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About the Author
Fatima is a two-time liver transplant recipient and an advocate for organ donation. She was born on August 27, 1993, the youngest to four siblings. Her family immigrated to Canada in 1996 when Fatima was three years old. During 2012, while Fatima was waiting for her second liver transplant, she started spreading awareness for organ donation and sharing her story through social media, media, and public speaking. She is currently studying bachelor of journalism in hopes to continue to spread awareness about world issues.
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