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7 tips for traveling after transplant
Chris May 2015
Chris, transplant recipient
For Chris, traveling before her transplant was one of her greatest joys and she knew it was something she wanted to do again. For Mike, spending winters in Florida was something he and his wife cherished, and he didn’t want to let transplant stop him. Chris and Mike have both been able to travel again since their transplants and have learned many lessons along the way. Read their 7 tips for staying healthy and preparing for the unexpected while being away from home for the weekend, a week or several months.
Going back to work after transplant
Matt May 2015
Matt, transplant recipient

Any time you go back to work after a long time away, it can lead to mixed emotions—especially after an illness. One of those emotions shouldn’t be worrying that your health history could be used against you. Whether you’re returning to your current job or looking for a new one, remember that there are laws in place to protect you. Read on for tips to ease your transition back to work or a search for a new job, even years after transplant.
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