The organ donor Phil Glass, who was diagnosed with HIV in the early 1980s, has announced plans to donate his organs to medical science.
Glass’ family have been waiting for more than five years for his organs, and are now ready to begin the process.
Glass said: “I want to thank everyone who has supported me through this journey.
“I would like to thank all my friends, family and fans, and I look forward to sharing this journey with you.” “
Glass is now 69 years old and has donated more than a million organs. “
I would like to thank all my friends, family and fans, and I look forward to sharing this journey with you.”
Glass is now 69 years old and has donated more than a million organs.
He died in March 2018 at the age of 85.
The organ donation was part of an international fundraising effort that raised more than $2.8 million (£1.9 million).
The family are looking for a donor in Singapore to undergo the surgery.
Glass had an extensive health care history, including heart failure, pneumonia and kidney failure.
“Phil was an incredibly loving man who gave more than most of us could ever imagine.
He was a huge inspiration to so many and he was one of the most amazing and generous human beings that I know,” his wife, Rosanne, said.
“We have always loved him and I know he would have wanted to give more than what was offered, but he always said that he would give everything to help others.”
The organ donors include: David, who is 71, and his wife Sue, who died in May 2018 at 55