transplantee

Translations

transplantee

n (Med) → Organempfänger(in) m(f)
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Inspirational double hand transplantee Corinne Hutton helped celebrate the grand reopening of a charity shop in Lochwinnoch.
The World and European competitions alternate each year, and this year Hollie competed as the only GB junior in the European Games in June, meaning she ended up being moved into the adult category, and still took home an array of medals as well the overall trophy for best the best female transplantee.
While she's not training six days week in the lead up to the summer games Hollie said she's "a normal teenager", but being a transplantee brings with it additional complications.
Dans la Caraibe, la bouture est alors un phenomene artificiel, provoque par l'homme dans le cadre de la colonisation et de la deportation, du deracinement de populations africaines, et dans celui de l'exil, n'oublions pas que Kincaid elle-meme est une auteure antiguaise << transplantee >> puis << bouturee >> aux Etats-Unis.
"Every transplantee will be competing with the donor who selflessly gave the gift of life."
"I was the first transplantee to successfully complete a marathon in 1981, and have run other marathons, including the London Marathon twice since."
Transplantee d'un espace a un autre d'une civilisation vers une autre, elle a pu s'y adapter mais sans perdre le profond attachement a sa culture d'origine.
Les trois regimes-types de la transmission culturelle selon l'intentionnalite de la femme bresilienne transplantee en France
Recovering heart transplantee John Healy said he knows how important patient support is.
She also received an award for "best new transplantee".