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Subject: Fascinating story about heart transplant patient Date: 5/9/2013 9:55 AM
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This is a fascinating story about a heart transplant patient. It took place in Vidalia, Georgia which is where Vidalia onions are from and also a town that I have to drive through when I go down to visit my brother.

I have read similar stories to this about people receiving transplants taking on some of the characteristics of the donor. There is a book about it called "A Change of Heart" by Claire Sylvia. They think it has to do with cellular memory. It sort of supports my theory about fate and predestination.

"Man given heart of suicide victim marries donor's widow and then kills himself in exactly the same way By PAUL THOMPSON

A man who received the transplanted heart of a suicide victim has killed himself in exactly the same way."


Full story can be read @:

http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-557864/Man-given-hea...

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