Scott DiBattisto


My name is Scott DiBattisto and am a 42 year old living in Newington, CT. I live with my beautiful wife of 11 years. I have been a commercial liability underwriter for 15+ years, however I am unable to work since May. Sharing my story is outside of my comfort zone, but this is a matter of life and death. Unfortunately I cannot wait for a deceased donor and am looking for a living donor.

I was diagnosed in November of 2022, and was first hospitalized in February of 2023 totaling 12 visits to date. Unfortunately liver failure has greatly diminished my quality of life. I used to enjoy basketball, softball, golf along with traveling. Now I can barely leave the house due to lack of energy and strength.

A transplant would mean the world to me! I would love to resume all activities pre diagnosis. Whether that's traveling, attending ballgames and concerts, and watching my niece's and nephew's sporting events. I also cannot wait to start exercising again. I would be forever grateful to anyone willing to become a donor.

I would greatly appreciate it if you could share with family and friends. Getting my name out to the community will hopefully help in receiving a liver. There is a shortage of deceased donors compared to patients on the waiting list and living donor transplant have a higher success rate.
By donating part of your liver (it will regenerate) you could help save a life. This is a selfless, caring act and I thank you in advance. If interested you can confidentially contact the Yale New Haven Transplantation Center.

Thank You,
Scott DiBattisto


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If you are considering being a living donor please use links below to contact Scott DiBattisto's Transplant Center. Begin by completing the donor questionnaire

Yale New Haven Transplantation Center

333 Cedar Street, New Haven, CT, 06520

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