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The Ultimate Act of ‘Paying It Forward’: A Mom’s Lifesaving Mission
April 28, 2016
In honor of Donate Life Month, On the Pulse shares an inspiring story of a mother and her son that symbolizes the true act of ‘paying it forward’. Kaden Hollis was only 1 years old when he underwent a lifesaving liver transplant. Throughout Kaden’s journey, his mother Cindie knew that although the gift of life […]
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