Schwab has rare, incurable lung disease
MADISON, Wis. -- Marquette assistant coach Trey Schwab left the hospital Monday, three weeks after doctors kept the double-lung transplant recipient alive through open-heart surgery.
Doctors kept Schwab's pulse going through CPR for 40 minutes before removing a blood clot.
"Obviously there's something bigger than all of us at work
here," said Schwab, speaking to reporters at University of
Wisconsin Hospital for the first time since both surgeries. "It's
a shot at a second chance, and ...
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