Second Wind Book List
Books about Transplantation (most are available at amazon.com or your local bookstore)
Coutre, K. (2001) The lung transplantation Handbook (2nd edition): A guide for patients. Trafford Publishing
Festle, M. (2012). Second Wind: Oral Histories of Lung Transplant Survivors. Palgrave Macmillan Publishers.
Graf, T. (2014). The gift of life. Buffalo, NY: Firefly Books.
Green, R. (2007). The gift that heals: Stories of hope, renewal and transformation through organ and tissue donation. Bloomington, IN: Author House.
Pasick, M. (2019). A Mayo miracle: Our life altering journey beating Alpha-1 against all odds. Kindle Digital Publishing (Amazon.com).
Pearsall, P. (1998). The heart’s code: Tapping the wisdom and power of our heart energy. New York: Doubleday Dell Publishing Group, Inc.
Fredrickson, K. (2018). Pulmonary Fibrosis journey: A counselor and a fellow patient walks with you. Rosewell, CA: Fredrickson Publishing.
Cuenin, C. (2014). The way I walk: From tugboat to transplant. Suquamish, Washington: First Arrow Publishing
Moose, C. (2005). The grateful heart: Diary of a heart transplant. Cold Spring Harbor, NY: Rosalie Ink Publications
Silverstein, A. (2007). Sick girl. New York: Grove Press
Sylvia, C. (1997). A change of heart. New York, NY: Warner books.
Tillemann-Dick, C. (2017). The encore: A memoir in three acts. New York: Simon & Schuster: Atria Books.
History or Ethics
Fox, R. & Swazey, J. (1992). Spare parts: Organ replacement in American society. New York: Oxford Press (classic).
Mezrich, J. (2019). When death becomes life.: Notes from a transplant surgeon. New York: Harper Collins Publishers.
Tilney, N. (2003). Transplant: From myth to reality. New Haven: Yale University Press.
If you want to recommend other books, please send your suggestions to firstname.lastname@example.org.