Entrepreneur Sudhir Choudhrie has overcome a lot of obstacles in order to enjoy a successful career. Sudhir Choudhrie began having health problems as a child. During a medical exam, the doctor checked Choudhrie’s heart and lungs. The doctor found that Choudhrie had a leaking valve in his heart. Choudhrie was missing a beat in his heart. The doctor told Choudhrie that he could potentially suffer a variety of health problems throughout his life.
Choudhrie worked hard every day despite the likelihood that he needed a heart transplant. Eventually, Choudhrie’s health deteriorated and caused him to collapse. His heart was eroding and he needed a heart transplant as soon as possible. A new heart was flown to Columbia University Medical Center and Choudhrie had the heart transplant that ultimately saved his life.
Choudhrie is currently one of the longest surviving heart transplant patients in the World. Choudhrie notes that there have been medical science breakthroughs in London and other places around the World over the last decade.
Through his experiences as a heart transplant survivor, Sudhir Choudhrie wrote a novel titled from My Heart: A Tale of Life, Love, and Destiny. The Amazon best seller details the trials and tribulations that Choudhrie went through after undergoing the transplant. Choudhrie says that he was inspired to write the novel to help people who have dealt with heart surgeries. He wanted to show heart transplant survivors that they could still live productive lives. Choudhrie says that it is important that heart transplant survivors maintain a healthy diet. Research has shown that heart transplant survivors who live a healthy lifestyle could help extend the lifespan of the organ, which in turn increases a person’s life expectancy.
Philanthropy is important to Sudhir Choudhrie. Choudhrie helped create The Choudhrie Family Foundation to fund different health, educational, and medical projects around the World. The Foundation recently offered financial assistance to The National Science Museum in London. The National Science Museum supports research with the goal of improving treatment options for people dealing with cardiovascular issues. To watch video click here.