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13. #50YearsofTransplant: Clare Bannon, Jane Kerr and Lynn Mori<img alt="" src="/PublishingImages/Clare,%20Lynn,%20Jane%20Final.jpg" style="BORDER:0px solid;" />13. #50YearsofTransplant: Clare Bannon, Jane Kerr and Lynn MoriClare, Jane and Lynn met 29 years ago working in the renal/transplant unit at VGH. This story shares their journey as they not only become best friends throughout the years, but they continue to support each other as strong advocates for organ donation.
12. #50YearsofTransplant: Kathleen Libelt and John Beddis<img alt="" src="/PublishingImages/Kathleen%20and%20John.png" style="BORDER:0px solid;" />12. #50YearsofTransplant: Kathleen Libelt and John BeddisIn this story we share the experience of a couple; a husband who gave the gift of life to his wife in the form of a kidney.
11. #50YearsofTransplant: Jeevan Kang<img alt="" src="/PublishingImages/Jeevan-%2050-in-50,%20final.jpg" style="BORDER:0px solid;" />11. #50YearsofTransplant: Jeevan KangAs we celebrate 50 years of transplant, along with donors, recipients, families and medical teams; BC Transplant staff play an important role in ensuring success of a transplant. Jeevan Kang shares her experience of being a Surgical Recovery Specialist.
10. #50YearsofTransplant: Megan Owens-Evans<img alt="" src="/PublishingImages/Megan%20Owen-Evans.png" style="BORDER:0px solid;" />10. #50YearsofTransplant: Megan Owens-EvansAs we continue to celebrate 50 years of donation and transplant in BC, we want to recognize the story of organ donors - living and deceased. Megan Owen-Evans gave life to a stranger by anonymously donating her kidney in 2013.

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