What Healed These 2 Heart Transplant Patients Is Something No Doctor Can Prescribe

Sometimes, love really is the best medicine.

Esther FitzRandolf and Danny Pszczolkowski, both 68, had heart transplants around the same time at the University of Rochester’s Strong Memorial Hospital in Rochester, New York, CBS News reported. Both struggled with complications and depression after surgery. It wasn’t until they found each other that they truly began to recover.

The two met at their various follow-up appointments at the hospital, and together they’ve healed each other’s hearts.

When your mind is in a better place... then you’re going to heal better,” FitzRandolf says in the video below.

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