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After Sudhir Choudhrie suffered from his heart condition for a long time, he decided to go for a heart transplant, though it was hard to find a compatible donor for him. While he was waiting to breathe his last, a young man from the United States was discovered to be a compatible donor and offered to donate his heart to save Sudhir Choudhrie’s life. At the Columbia University Medical Centre, located in New York, Dr. Mehmet Oz, who is a television host and a heart surgeon, performed the Choudhrie surgery. But after the surgery, Choudhrie was forced to attend to several therapy sessions before going back to his life. It helped him have a positive attitude, which helped him recover.

At the Age of 22 years, Sudhir Choudhrie became one of the transplants receipts living for long worldwide. Only a few operations have resulted in success, but some medical advances keep occurring. This second chance has enabled Choudhrie to continue taking care of his body while also maintaining a positive attitude in life. After his transplants, Sudhir Choudhrie made some promises. The first promise that he made to himself was to be a positive energy source, and the second promise was to impact the lives of those who received organs and the people who donated them and more

In 2010, together with his family, Choudhrie launched an organisation to keep encouraging people to donate organs. The main focus for this organization is to ensure they promote some of the programs for health education and other medical projects in the U.K., U.S., and other different countries across the world. This organisation is supporting a campaign called # OrgansWill which is going on in the U.S. It plans to collect new organs from different donors for a total of 62,500 to benefit and save at least 500,000 lives. Sudhir Choudhrie is currently devoting time to philanthropic endeavors.

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