Mother Hears Heartbeat Of Her 16-year-old Dead Son

Submitted by: fancylad 4 years ago

When April and Owen Beaver"s 16-year-old son died last Christmas, they thought they"d never hear his heartbeat again.
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Male 592
is it just me or do doctors and medical people just blurt the words "yup" and "yea" after every 2 words you say while talking to them?
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Male 171
There is something wrong with this video. It made my face leak.
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Male 68
The drating dust in this room is ridiculous
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Male 694
very HEARTWARMING
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Female 4,447
This made me cry. Damn you, Fancy!
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Male 1,204
I`m also a donor and agree with everyone else. They can use my body for whatever helps the most, I`m not going to be needing it anymore.
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Male 12,365
[quote]I agree. I`m listed as a donor and I intend to donate whatever`s left to my alma mater`s med school. I think being buried or stuck in a mausoleum is a total waste of valuable space. If anything, I would have my name on a small plaque on a bench or building brick I donated to a favorite place or something.[/quote]

I carry a donor card and I`m registered on the donor database (in case I die in such a way that the card in my wallet is absent or destroyed). After they`ve harvested any useful bits, I want the rest is to go for research or medical training, i.e. something else useful.

But my family can have a grave or a mausoleum or a tree or whatever if they like. I won`t care - I`ll be dead. So whatever they do will be for them, so it`s up to them. I won`t care if the remains of my corpse are humped by necrophiliacs or eaten by dogs or whatever.
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Female 674
That man is amazing for helping that poor family cope. What are the chances of losing a son on Christmas like that?
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Female 1,803
"I`m not religious at all but I am an organ donor. Everyone should be one."

I agree. I`m listed as a donor and I intend to donate whatever`s left to my alma mater`s med school. I think being buried or stuck in a mausoleum is a total waste of valuable space. If anything, I would have my name on a small plaque on a bench or building brick I donated to a favorite place or something.
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Male 3,894
@blazingbird-- It`s kinda bullsh*t, though. She goes and thanks God for this...what about the surgeons who performed the transplant, and the doctors making sure the heart continues to stay healthy? Where are their thanks?
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Male 427
I agree with BlazingBird- I might not be religious, but I think it`s a very touching story.
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Male 2,143
I`m a donor. On my driver`s license and I carry a card. As for ruining the moment,it`s pure science.And science is wonderful.
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Male 98
Don`t ruin the moment Brian - it`s still a nice thing.
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Male 458
I`m not religious at all but I am an organ donor. Everyone should be one.
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Female 2,674
Sooo sweet :`)
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Male 153
Sorry ma`m it was 100% science, not "God"..just sayin..
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Male 19,854
Link: Mother Hears Heartbeat Of Her 16-year-old Dead Son [Rate Link] - When April and Owen Beaver`s 16-year-old son died last Christmas, they thought they`d never hear his heartbeat again.
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