Union leader waits for new heart to save his life



"You hope there are many tomorrows. But you also hope you can do everything you want to do in whatever time you have."
Mark Serwotka looks well, but is desperately ill.
"Today is day 73," he says,
"But I'm not counting," he adds, with a knowing smile.
The general secretary of the Public and Commercial Services Union is in urgent need of a heart transplant.
Mr Serwotka, 53, has invited me to see him at Papworth Hospital.
The sprawling site, on the plains of rural Cambridgeshire, began life a century ago as a convalescence and treatment centre for people with... read more

 
17 November 2016 in Health, Views: 43
Source: BBC
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