Meet Diego

Diego was born extremely premature, which resulted in multiple health complications, including severe jaundice. After being monitored in the NICU for 45 days and undergoing many tests, doctors determined that Diego had Alagille syndrome—a rare genetic condition in which abnormalities in the bile ducts damage major organs. In Diego’s case, the Alagille syndrome was in…

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How COVID-19 is Affecting One of BC’s Most Vulnerable Groups: Child and Youth Transplant Recipients

These answers have been compiled by COTS volunteers who spoke on the phone to multiple transplant families. One theme has rung true: our families are struggling and are in need of extra support. How has this impacted your family? I am a frontline worker as a respiratory therapist in the critical care unit and my…

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2019 Season of Giving Wishlist

Happy Season of Giving! This past year, the Children’s Organ Transplant Society has been called upon more than ever to help families deal with financial burden. Together, we can help brighten the lives of BC’s organ transplant children. Help us raise the necessary funds to support COTS families by donating! Find two options below, with…

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Our 2019 Impact Report: Thank you for making a difference in the lives of children.

Thank you for supporting the Children’s Organ Transplant Society of BC and helping children who are waiting for an organ transplant, and those who have had a transplant. You are making a difference in the lives of people like nine-year old Logyn Booth. At the age of two, a disease began attacking his kidneys and…

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