How 3-Year Old’s Body Parts Saved 5 Adults After Death

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A three-year-old Chinese girl, who died of a brain tumour,
has helped save the lives of five other persons when her heart, liver, kidneys
and corneas were donated. The donor, Liu Jingyao, was diagnosed with a
malignant brain tumour earlier this year after she was observed walking
unsteadily.
Her parents visited multiple hospitals in several cities,
but each doctor said the condition was terminal. The girl’s head swelled and
she began to have trouble speaking, eventually becoming confined to bed.

Her father, Liu Xiaobao, had a difficult time discussing the
possibility of donating her organs to other members of the family especially
her mother.
“The word ‘donation’ was difficult for her to
understand, so I tried to explain that if we would give something from her
body, she could save the lives of others. She agreed to this,” said
Xiaobao.
The girl’s physical condition deteriorated earlier last week
and she died on September 23 in the People’s Hospital of Jiangxi Province in
east China.
Her organs were soon removed for transplantation. “She
was too young and some of the organs were very small. But we were able to
transplant her kidneys into one patient. Her heart, liver and corneas were
given to four other patients, respectively,” said doctor Zhang Ming.
Doctors said the five recipients were in stable condition,
indicating that the transplants were successful.
Sad Xiaobao said to his deceased daughter, “You lit up
five people’s lives. You are the most beautiful princess in the world.”

May her soul rest in peace.

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