Life never gives two chances, which does not seem so for Sudhir Choudhrie, an Indian philanthropist and entrepreneur. He is one of the heart plant recipients who has lived for the longest time. Despite the advancements in the medical sector, few surgeries have been successful. Sudhir Choudhrie realized he had heart failure when he was eight years old after completing a medical exam. His health has been deteriorating due to a lack of a heart donor, increasing the risk of premature heart failure.
In 1999, a heart donor was finally found when Sudhir Choudhrie had limited time to live. The donor’s foresighted and compassionate family had decided to donate their 20-year-old son’s heart to save him. After successful transplant surgery, he was inspired to be a positive source of energy in the community and change the lives of organ recipients and donors.
Sudhir Choudhrie and his family founded a charitable organization, encouraging people to donate organs. It promotes programs in health education and medical projects worldwide. It also supports campaigns that aim to support organ transplant recipients and obtain more organ donors. As a result, they have saved thousands of lives in the UK, the US, and other countries. Sudhir Choudhrie and CFF donated to Oxford University, London, establishing a library as a philanthropist under the family’s name. He joined the HealthCorps campaign with Dr. Oz to talk to teens about the importance of organ donation. He has recently established a heart transplantation display in a London Museum to support medical science advancement. He also benefits society by collecting vintage cars, writing a book for over two decades, and funding research in the causes and cures of genetic cardiovascular diseases.