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3 > Image 3 of Kentucky Alumnus, 1986, no. 3

Part of Kentucky alumnus

T 986-3 C O N T E N T S. kc Er`} // R "W I _I S I / l \ A L u M N u COVER `T Deahng w1th L1fe 1n a Shar1ng Way l It is possible with todo s medical knowled e and skill to leave . '|986 OFFICERS _ 9 someone a chance at living through organ transplants. I PRESIDENT G. David Ravencraft '5B . R t ,V . I pRE.ZT.`LECT The Transplant Team V J. Thomas Tucker , _ _ . ghetbyvrite 56 UK s renal transplant team focuses on the patient to increase i TREASURER chances fora successful operation. I l Mrs. Joe F. Morris '38 l Lexington SECRETARY . . t icy Bmmtietd was No Ord1nary G1ft: The Story of a V Lexington ASSOCIATION smrr. Corneal Transplant ; DIRECTOR . Jv Brumlield '48 Most corneas donated to the UK-Lexington Lions Eye Bank are \ 2 L A5SOC'ATE_D'RE(?TOR used in transplants but 3,000 to 5,000 Americans are still I , Bob C. Whitaker 58 T i t EDITOR wai Ing. T ` Liz Howard Demoran *68 t CQEQQEQEQQR When Research Is Apphed A A Adu Diilfgd ,39 Research at UK is improving the success rate of bone marrow \ Bmdc Bm transplants as a technique for treating certain cancers. I Julia Brothers Linda Brumfield M C b ELTLZIIIZL Y Leave Someone a Tomorrow 6 A I` G Crll;Tyit Oflllllh Gary MacShara Sees Again; Mary Charles Gets a Second \ Ruby l