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She expected to die young. Then came the call that offered new life


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Having spent a quarter of her life in the hospital, she knows how to sleep through noise. She's so good at it that she worried the phone call wouldn't wake her.

But when her cell rang at about 5:30 a.m. Sunday, she was ready.On the other end was the news Claire Wineland had been waiting for: Doctors had found a pair of donor lungs. She'd been on the transplant list for just over two weeks after months of uncertainty. Now she was getting her chance at an extended life.

read more: https://edition.cnn.com/2018/08/28/health/claire-wineland-lung-transplant/index.html

 
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