Mike Parke was prepared to die in 2008.
Then he was handed a lifeline in the form of a brand-new liver. And one transplant surgery later, Parke, 42, is feeling the best he has in years.
The surgery swapped in a new organ for his original liver, which was shrunken and crippled by a genetic disease (Hemochromatosis). But now Parke also has a new perspective on life. And he’s made it his mission to encourage everyone to sign up with the Idaho Donor Registry...read more
Posted on Sat, April 3, 2010
by Gerry Koenig