|6” x 9″
by Norma Fitts
A true story of two transplant recipients’ unbreakable bond.
At seven years old Norma survives a liver transplant, then, twenty-one years later, adopts a baby girl who develops cancer and requires a new, life-saving liver. It could be a coincidence. Or fate. Or God’s will. But history is repeating.
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A raw and personal account of childhood illness. Norma’s words and emotions resonate with me as the mother of a pediatric cancer survivor, as I’m sure they will for other parents who have experienced a similar journey.
—Sarah Rulman, creator of Libby’s Toy Drive for Maine Children’s Cancer Program, interned for Make-A-Wish Maine, mother of three, and advocate and speaker for childhood cancer awareness with a degree in mental health and human services
ABOUT THE AUTHOR:
Norma Fitts is a stay-at-home mother of three. She lives with her husband and their children in the Lakes Region of Maine. Norma participates in many support groups focused on critical illness and is an advocate for organ donation. May 2019 marked the thirty-first anniversary of Norma’s liver transplant.