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Transplant patients organize a boot camp

This is remarkable stuff: A group of transplant patients from Stanford Hospital & Clinics have organized a “Transplant Boot Camp.” According to an SHC release:

The Transplant Boot Camp at Stanford began as an offshoot of workouts attended by several athletes training for the 2008 U.S. Transplant Games. Two competitors, identical twins Anabel Stenzel and Isabel Stenzel Byrnes, decided last year to organize similar workouts open to all members of the local transplant community.

This video, which was produced by Todd Holland and John Sanford, tells their story.

2 Responses to “ Transplant patients organize a boot camp ”

  1. Gail McCants Clark Says:

    I am a 2 year survivor of lung transplant for COPD. I am doing very well & I walk everyday at least a mile. Excercise is the single most important thing you can do for yourself after any transplant.

  2. Tommy Says:

    Do you have any lung transplant men or women that are 70 or older?


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