Rasheen Cannon was in his early 30s when heart failure stopped him in his tracks. He would soon learn that he also had stage-4 renal failure. He needed a new heart, and a new kidney.
A former manager at a large Cincinnati-area clothing store, Cannon was an avid traveler. But he now faced a new journey—doing what he could to survive.
He could have given up, but Cannon chose to fight. In June 2017, he received a new heart and kidney at UC Medical Center.
He’s focused now on his health and on spreading the important message about becoming an organ donor.