From Mentorship To Matrimony: A Remarkable Love Story Of Lung Transplant Recipients

Carrie and Gary Gobble, a couple who survived lung transplants, are now offering hope to other patients with Cystic Fibrosis through BJC’s Lung Transplant mentorship program. The program connects lung transplant recipients with individuals awaiting the procedure to provide support and guidance during the difficult process. Carrie and Gary have utilized their own experience to become mentors and inspire others.

The Lung Transplant mentorship program aims to alleviate the anxiety and fear that often accompanies the transplantation process. By connecting patients who have successfully undergone the procedure with those awaiting it, the program offers emotional support, guidance, and reassurance. Carrie and Gary are now using their own triumph over Cystic Fibrosis to help others facing the same challenges.

The couple’s story provides hope and encouragement to Cystic Fibrosis patients, highlighting the potential for positive outcomes through lung transplantation. Their mentorship involvement demonstrates the impact that personal experiences and support networks can have on patients’ mental and emotional well-being. Thanks to the Lung Transplant mentorship program, more individuals living with Cystic Fibrosis can face their own transplantation journeys with increased confidence and support from those who have gone through it themselves.

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