Scot Pollard Makes Remarkable Recovery, Discharged 13 Days Post Heart Transplant

Former NBA player Scot Pollard has been discharged from the hospital after undergoing a heart transplant. Pollard, 46, spent 13 days in the hospital following the successful surgery. The basketball star had been diagnosed with a rare heart condition known as viral myocarditis, which caused his heart to weaken.

Pollard, known for his time playing for the Sacramento Kings and Boston Celtics, revealed that he had been experiencing symptoms for months before finally seeking medical help. The former player expressed gratitude to his medical team and attributed his recovery to their expertise.

Heart transplant surgeries like Pollard’s are vital in treating severe heart conditions and can significantly improve a patient’s quality of life. This successful procedure highlights the importance of early medical intervention and emphasizes the value of organ donation in saving lives.

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