Craig and Morgan undergo life changing transplants on this episode of True Life.
These two people are so strong with everything they are going through.
this episode is so emotional! by far the hardest true life episode to watch! i hope morgan is doing well and rip craig.
i also had chronic renal failure since i waz 6 monthes old but it waznt as bad to the way of needing a transplant till i waz 13 i started on medz b/c my % want from 80% to 30% i waz also as morgan i didnt want to take my medz that is y i didnt get a transplant right away till i was responsible till i was 17 nd i waz responsible i had my kidney transplant and also my dad was the doner but just like morgan i feel like if i wasnt for me my parents wouldnt b goin thru everything that they hav jus b/c of me i hope that my transplant last a long time b/c i dont want to put my mom thru everythin my dad did hope morgan is doin well and for craig he was a fighter till the end rip craig
My name is Weston, and I also have chronic renal failure like Morgan. In fact, I know Morgan. She is a veteran at Children's Mercy and she was there for the last Kidney Care Day and told us her story. I look up to her. :)
i cant believe craig died. he was doing so well. the transplant was successful. he started to get white blood cells. what went wrong?
i dont think i can finish this episode. its too painful too watch. im aout ready to burst into tears for craig. RIP craig =)
RIP Craig cancer sucks. May good be with his family.
rip craig...this made me cry ;(
i can relate to needing a transplant in my prime 2009 i caught the h1n1 flu and it killed half of my heart! i spent 5 months in the hospital and now i am living on a heart machine called a heart mate 2 so i can stay alive long enough to recieve a new heart! i hope to get one soon because i am a 25 year old single mom of a 4 year old baby boy!
hey guys, i had my kidney transplant done when i was a year old and my dad was a doner as well. I understand Morgan's issues pretty damn well. She had hers done at an older age than i so i'll give her some lee way on the rebellion. I have not rejected and i have hadmy kidney for 21 years.
you were a strong man and you are in a better place now
I cried everytime i watched Craig's part. It's so sad that he died.
RIP Craig, you are an angel.
Craig, may you rest in peace. You were a truly wonderful individual and have helped me recognize the importance of love. Kat and Craigs family, I am so sorry for your loss. There is no fixing it, there are no words, I am just so sorry. I pray you find strength through time and God. God bless.
unfortunately, Craig died last friday, what a battle he gave!
these people are troopers.....
Thanks for sharing your inspiring stories...both of you are extremely brave! I wish you both the best in the future!
this was really hard to watch. i cried during the part where craig was in the hospital getting the bone marrow transplant. being 20 and engaged,i can relate to kat and craig's relationship. the best part of getting married is looking forward to your future together and all the good things in it like having kids and growing old together. to not even know whether or not your husband/wife will survive to see that future is unimaginable. this should be one of the happiest times in their life but it got stolen from them. kat is so strong, if i were her i would have fallen apart.