Born in Rochester, New York in 1945, David L. Rosenbloom has led an interesting and varied professional life. Educated at the University of Rochester (BA magna cum laude), he attended Georgetown University Law Center (1968-69) and then spent the next 15 years in the corporate business world with a variety of companies, including eight as public relations manager for the multinational, Fortune 500 company, Sybron Corporation in Rochester, NY....
Donated organs, especially kidneys are in very short supply. Today, about 84,000 people in the United States are on the UNOS waiting lists for donor kidneys. Each year approximately 15,000 kidney transplants are performed at U.S. transplant centers. Live donors comprise about half of those transplants with the other half coming from deceased donors. About half the potential recipients will die before they can obtain a working kidney...