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Improve your knowledge about organ, tissue and eye donation as your hosts Lori Steele, Nila Schwab, and Joey Boudreaux have entertaining and informative conversations about donation. We address donation in the news, myths about donation, what's new in the community, new technologies, special guest interviews and much more.
 
The fertility world a multi-billion dollar industry, run by so-called professionals we put our trust in? But should we? there is a lot about the IVF world that they don't want us to know about while controlling us with fear. We explore alternative avenues and speak to various guests and listen to their stories. For more information http://www.spermdonationworld.com
 
Suggested Donation is a podcast devoted to the arts in all forms. Hosted by two contemporary painters, Tony Curanaj and Edward Minoff, the conversations provide an insight into the creative mind. By speaking with both traditional and non-traditional artists and craftsmen, curators and restorers, we create a dialog through which we discover common ground across disciplines and spaces united by a love of and deep devotion to skill.
 
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Show Notes: Individuals from multiethnic communities make up the majority of the transplant waitlist in the United States. We welcome two guests to chat about how they are working together towards eradicating multiethnic bias in transplantation. Dr. John Goss, professor and chief of the Division of Abdominal Transplantation at Baylor College of Med…
 
Show Notes: It’s our 200th episode!!! To celebrate, we invited donor mom, Angie Calamari, and kidney recipient, Brooke Shapre, to the studio to take us on a donation journey that leads us full circle right back to LOPA in an unexpected way. Libbie Harrison, one of LOPA’s Family Support Coordinators, joins in and sets the framework for how this uniq…
 
Residing in the very liberal grounds of Queens, New York we find the right-winged Jaye Wilde. He identifies as anti-abortion and pro-life. He is very passionate about his human rights to say no to what he calls the death shot. and discusses his views and theories on human population control. Jaye formed a long-term relationship in his late teens an…
 
Show Notes: A staggering statistic, children from 1 to 4 years of age are at the highest risk for drowning. Drowning prevention is a year-round essential education for all people, adults and parents alike. We welcome Chris Knoblauch with the St. Tammany Parish Coroner's Office and Kristen Sanderson, Injury Prevention Manager, with the Louisiana Dep…
 
Living it up in southwest Florida resides "Hunglo Wang", he is what identifies himself as an Alpha male. He has lived the highs and lows of a male entertainer during his college years, to getting married and to divorce where his ex-wife abducted the kid away from him. He found himself in a place where he didn't want to continue making previous mist…
 
Show Notes: Grieving is the process of rebuilding following a loss. In this episode we connect with donor mom and author, Autumn Jackson, to hear her story, and learn about her tips for growing with grief. She provides those who are grieving with resources, and she shares her newest outreach efforts through SODA, Student Organ Donation Advocates, a…
 
Show Notes: There are currently 57 Organ Procurement Organizations (OPO) throughout the United States. In a lively conversation, we connect with passionate President and CEO of LiveOnNY, Leonard Achan, to learn about how the gift of life has changed the trajectory of his career. Hear how his OPO is saving and healing lives in the Empire State, and …
 
Show Notes: On this episode we learn about an organization facilitating the process of living donation for veterans in need of a transplant and hear from one of the program's altruistic living donors. Veteran and living donor, Lindsay Gutierrez, first tells us how she connected with DOVE Transplant founder, Sharyn Kreitzer who also recently donated…
 
Show Notes: The organ transplant recovery process is a crucial time for recipients. Denise Redeker with Heartfelt Help Foundation joins us to share her experience following a heart transplant, and the importance of clean, safe and accessible temporary housing during transplant rehabilitation. Hear how the foundation works to alleviate what is often…
 
Show Notes: August is National Multiethnic Donor Awareness Month, and in this episode we connect with Chavon Trahan, a Tissue Family Advocate with LOPA. Chavon walks us through how she personally connects with multiethnic families to explain the opportunity to give the gift of donation, and how she addresses families' concerns about common myths. T…
 
Show Notes: We welcome Tara Storch with Taylor’s Gift Foundation, who's a previous guest from episode 43 of The Gifted Life. She re-joins The Gifted Life to talk about Taylor's Gift Kindred Hearts Program and how it is creating a space so that no donor's family ever grieves alone and welcomes them to participate as long as services are needed. In o…
 
Show Notes: Sudden Cardiac Arrest is the #1 leading cause of death in student athletes. Michelle Temple is donor mom to hero Grayson Temple and started Gray’s Army Foundation in honor of her son. The foundation has passed legislation as a way to help prevent sudden cardiac arrest in children and young adults. They also focus on education, providing…
 
Show Notes: MediGO brings together forward-thinking and caring leaders that share a desire to use technology to digitally transform and revolutionize the organ donation and transplantation process to save lives. Scott Plank, CEO and co-founder of MediGo, shares how the company got started, the uniqueness of the donation/transplantation supply chain…
 
Paul Seils Jnr from Noosa in Queensland is the eldest of 4 siblings. He had gotten married and took on 2 step-children, after a few years of marriage his then partner said she wasn't prepared to have any more children, and eventually, the marriage dissolved. Paul was back single and the opportunity for his own biological children may have passed. I…
 
Show Notes: Donor mom, Melanie Marcel, joins the podcast to talk about both the power of adoption and the miraculous power of donation. Hear how Melanie's multifaceted story about her son and hero, Connor, has continued to make an incredible impact on her family's life in ways she didn't anticipate. Then we discuss tips for regulating emotions in o…
 
Daniela Chavez. 39, from Southern California, identifies as Trans female, and in this episode, we explore this in hope of possibly inspiring more trans females to consider sperm donation. Daniela first found out about sperm donation via an ex-friend who she offered to help but to her shock was declined as she elected to want to use a stranger. She …
 
Johanna, from Gothenburg, in Sweden first featured in episode 14, back in early 2019. She had her choice of matching with any known donor in the world and ultimately picked a donor from Perth, Western Australia. What started off as an optimistic yet hopeful story ended up having so many twists and turns that many others would have perhaps given up,…
 
Ingrid Stefaniw, 35, who now resides in Brisbane, after traveling abroad and living overseas as a health professional worker which allowed her that flexibility. From the age of 30, she set herself a timeline to find a partner to start a family she gave it a good hard crack, going on over 85 dates on various dating apps with none of them worthy of b…
 
Angela Deliso, 35, from California, always knew deep down she was attracted to women, and with the expectations of society, like many didn’t come out to herself for some time. In 2015 she signed up for a dating site where she met her partner Dee and fell in love and got married. Like most love stories the conversation of children came up and before…
 
Show Notes: In episode 189, we welcome members from our internal Equity, Diversity and Inclusion committee to facilitate an important conversation. Sheron, Cheryl and Sid discuss how LOPA's multicultural outreach has evolved throughout the years, and what steps are being put into action to ensure continued and exponential growth. The panel also wel…
 
Show Notes: This is part 2 of a series, and we encourage you to listen to part 1, episode 187. We are joined by Dr. Jayme Locke, the lead transplant surgeon for the pig to human kidney transplant at UAB, and Drew Shunk, the director of clinical services at Legacy of Hope. Dr. Locke explains why pigs are a good choice for xenotransplantation, the te…
 
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