What My Stupid Body Taught Me About Organ Donation During a Pandemic

Four weeks ago, I strolled into Manhattan Eye, Ear, and Throat Hospital to a ghost waiting room. All the trappings of a normal outpatient hospital were there: TVs blaring cable news, taupe-colored chairs, fake plants. But where patients and their loved ones would usually be waiting, there was just one solitary person.

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