GUEST: Double lung transplant recipient celebrates 20th ‘lung-iversary’

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SEATTLE – It’s been 20 years since Ken Price was able to take a deep breath, having lived with Cystic Fibrosis for most of his life.

His recovery has amazed doctors, since roughly 55 percent of double lung transplant recipients survive five years post-surgery, and a third live past ten years. In the 20 years since his surgery, Ken has won tennis tournaments and even ran a marathon.

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