Remembering Nancy Sharma, whose heart is still beating in a 14year old girl.
Nancy Sharma , 32 years , was declared brain dead after a brief illness at PGI , Chandigarh.
A software engineer , she has a seven year old son.
The Doctors counselled her family for Organ donation and her family readily agreed , though in grief.
The noble gesture of her family gave a new lease of life to 9 people.
Her heart was given to a 13 year old girl on death bed.
Both her kidneys were given to two recipients.
Her liver was transplanted in four patients.
Her eyes gave vision to two visually impaired.
A green corridor was created from Mohali airport and the organs were rushed to Noida , Delhi and Chandigarh where they were successfully transplanted.
Her father, Ashok Sharma said that his daughter always used to tell him: " Papa , One day I'll do and show you such a work of mine , that the world will remember me".
He further added, “I'm completely heartbroken on losing my daughter and the pain will always remain , but at the same time I'm satisfied and assured with the knowledge that her heart is still beating and her eyes are still seeing the world ".
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