Man Thanks Social Media Users For A Random Message That Saved His Mom’s Life!

Date May 25, 2018

You never know where the next miracle is going to come from. The next smile, the next wish come true. But if you believe that it's right around the corner, and you open up your heart and mind to the possibility of it, to the certainty of it, you just might get the thing you're wishing for. The world is full of magic. You just have to believe in it. So make your wish. Do you have it? Good. Now believe in it, with all of your heart.                           

- One Tree Hill (TV Series)

Sometimes, a random coincidence might become life-changing. A random Twitter user can save your life with their message, and these aren’t just words. It’s a real story of a man and his mother who now have a great life thanks to a person they accidentally bumped into on Twitter.

Shane Mac once tweeted about a complicated surgery he had. In addition to his mother being devastated by his state, there was her younger sister who died right after the surgery. You can imagine the mood this family had at the moment.

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After the tweet, a Stanford guy texted Shane. He recommended him one of the best doctors, Dr. Lee. And it was a real truth. Not only did he help Shane with his problem, but also there was one more thing he did for Shane’s family.

His mother had 90% blockage in both arteries to her legs.

LA doctors offered to cut her open. But it was a risky business. When Shane recalled about Dr. Lee, he contacted the man immediately. And the message he got in return was life-saving:

I can help.

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The story ended so great, you won’t believe. The next day after the surgery, his mother was able to walk 1.5 miles!

It’s a perfect example of how the dots connected in the right way, and a simple tweet helped at least one family to be happier.  

And here's what other Tweeter users had to say, when they heard a social network message might become life-saving. 

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