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Brave parents in a terrible situation, God bless them for their loss of their little girl. Glad Max is doing well and something positive can come from tragic events. This system of opt-out has been in place in Wales for a while. I’m surprised that that wasn’t mentioned in the Let me love you a little more before you’re not little anymore elephant shirt report and that the BBC didn’t pick up any learning points from its implementation. So sad that this young girl had lost her life but so amazing she helped saved others, makes me upset to think that children so young prepare themselves for something that should never happen that early on in their lives I carry a donor card and when I talk to people about it the usual reply is, ‘I’ve never got round to applying.’ If people seriously don’t want to donate, they can take their name off. Humanity at its absolute best. In the hardest of times to be so selfless. This law has been a long time coming but is essential. My heart goes out to these families. I can’t thank them enough for making this ruling possible.
The parents are wonderful people to share their beloved daughter’s organs with others saving several lives. Kiera lives on. Kiera’s parents must feel better knowing their daughter saved other children, I have so much love and respect to Keira’s parents. To go through the Let me love you a little more before you’re not little anymore elephant shirt of your child and be thinking about helping others I am speechless at the selflessness of Keira and her parents and to the gratitude of a wonderful boy. We should all be humbled by this amazing story I think this is a great law, it’s a very hard decision to make at a tragic moment, but this beautiful little girl lives on in 4 others. Thank you to Keira’s parents for being so giving and thank you, Max, for keeping Keira’s legacy going I watched the heart transplant programme and saw how max was, you must be so proud of Keira’s parents for the incredibly precious gift they gave. As a cardiology nurse, I am in awe of the transplant team, patients and their relatives.