A mother who has met a patient who has been implanted with the heart of her son has become a hot topic in the United States.
The main character is Anna Hurt, and she met Gary Flint, a patient who had survived on her mother's day three years ago when her son's heart was implanted.
Anna Hurt's son, Patton Hurt, died in an accident on a motorcycle racing race in May 2014. At the time, he did not wear a helmet, and he suffered severe head injury when he was wearing a motorcycle fan.
Despite his mother's disapproval, Patton registered a donation of a few weeks before the accident and donated his organs according to the will of his son.
Flint's only treatment for heart problems was heart transplant surgery. At the age of 64, he was convicted by a doctor that he could live only two or three months without a heart transplant.
But Flint was healed of the heart of Patton Hurt, and a year later he and his family sent a letter to Hurt through the hospital.
Hurt told Flint about his son. Flint had hobbies such as cars, motorcycles and music that were similar to Patton.
After several years of exchanging letters, Patton's mother met a man who had the heart of his son.
Flint said, "I do not have the world right now, but I found her with a bouquet of flowers to honor my living heart. I can not express my feelings. "
Anna Hurt listened to her son's heartbeat through a stethoscope, and Flint presented a teddy bear with a heartbeat sound from Patton.