It was supposed to be the happy ending to a story we’ve been following for nearly a year.
Christmas 2013 wasn’t a very merry one for former Pirates pitching star and TV sports commentator Kent Tekulve.
A 51-year-old man we’ve been following as he waits for a heart transplant still has not gotten the call yet.
Former Pittsburgh Pirates pitcher and current Root Sports analyst Kent Tekulve has undergone successful heart transplant surgery.
A 51-year-old man we’ve been following as he waits for a heart transplant is still hoping and praying for that call.
We’re on a project to follow a local man who is going through the organ transplant process.
A dying man’s wish was to see his wife and kids one more time, and thanks to the generosity and hard work of some Pittsburghers, that wish has come true.
Some 70 patients are now waiting for heart transplants in the Pittsburgh area.
An investigation is underway after a heart transplant patient allegedly overdosed on drugs at UPMC Presbyterian hospital.
Life-changing advances in medicine are all around us in Pittsburgh. But sometimes it’s difficult to put a face on the subject of organ and tissue donation. KDKA’s Rick Dayton introduces us to a high school football coach – and heart transplant recipient – who is making it his mission to change that.
PITTSBURGH (KDKA) – People come from all over the world to be treated at Children’s Hospital of Pittsburgh, and the pediatric unit gives children hope for a better, longer and more fulfilling life. Luke Ball, […]