Jason Ray, UNC mascot and organ donor, left behind a legacy of life
Posted Mar 24, 2017
Ten years ago, David Erving, 49, was ready to die. He’d been on dialysis for a decade. Diabetes had ravaged his body, cost him an eye, his leg to break. He needed a new liver and a new pancreas. He’d been on a transplant list for four years. He’d decided to stop dialysis, and prepared himself for the end. Now he’s alive because Jason Ray.
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