His heart was only pumping at 2.5 per cent, and even walking from his bedroom to his bathroom would leave him grasping for breath. David was put on the waiting list in 2010.
Just one month after he was put on the waiting list, David was given the call to say that a heart had been found for him.
He was then taken to the Queen Elizabeth Hospital in Birmingham to receive the transplant that would transform his life.
Since receiving his new heart, David has been keen to get his life back and even had the honour of carrying the Olympic torch in 2012. Continue reading