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Shipping costs: Shipping costs are included for shipment within the United States and Canada. For shipping costs to other countries, please call 1-888-855-9463.

Payment Options:   Ordering is easy. Send an e-mail to Board member, Gary Nichols (garnich44@aol.com). Include the item(s) you wish to purchase and your address . He will give you instructions about where to mail the check. Payment should be forwarded along with the order form (Downloadable pdf).

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You may find it to your benefit to join the organization and add your first year’s dues with your order. You may join online now.

“Give Life a Second Chance” Photos by James Schwartz, Bus 9 Productions


“GIVE LIFE A SECOND CHANCE” HAT

Hats are 100% cotton and are adjustable for comfortable wearing.”Second Wind” and “Give Life A Second Chance” are embroidered on the front of the hat in navy blue thread.

PRICE:  $9.00 ea. (Postage Included)

 


The Lung Transplantation Handbook (Second Edition): A Guide For Patients

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This comprehensive, 270-page book, written by lung transplant recipient and Second Wind member Karen A. Couture in 2001, covers the entire transplantation process from beginning to end for both lung and heart-lung transplants.

PRICE:  $10.00 each (Postage Included) Please note copyright date.


 


“An Exercise Program for Individuals with Lung Disease: Rationale and Programming”

An excellent manual written by Dr. William F Brechue with programs designed for those with lung disease. It has 70 pages and includes:Flexibility Program, Resistance Exercise Program, Machine Program, Dumbbell Program, Calisthenics Program, Aerobic Exercise Program.

PRICE:  $10.00 each (Postage Included).

 


The Shelter of Rainbows by D. Brolhl & A. Remillard (2006)  ($20.00)                        

This is a collection of short stories about healthcare workers who believe that medicine should not be a business of finances and insurance, but a matter of tending to the patient’s body and spirit. The authors  present tales that are inspirational as their  healthcare workers demonstrate hope, love, and laughter and their going beyond the call of duty to care for their patients (transplant & others). This is a perfect gift for any member of the healthcare team.