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JONATHAN KOCH SPENT HIS ENTIRE LIFE PREPARING

FOR A FIGHT HE NEVER SAW COMING

FIND OUT WHAT DROVE JONATHAN TO FIGHT FOR HIS LIFE,

WHEN HE WAS GIVEN ONLY A 10% CHANCE TO SURVIVE

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June 29, 2018

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Jonathan’s uplifting story of hope and courage reaches its zenith in Part 2 as his life story keeps getting better.

Check out the Say It Forward Podcast - Jonathan Koch Part 2

June 27, 2018

Entertainment powerhouse Jonathan Koch’s gut wrenching journey from near death to medical miracle man. Koch shares his story as one of the first-ever successful hand transplants.

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October 3, 2017

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Jimmy Fox, of the Unscripted & Unprepared podcast (which we highly recommend), interviews Jonathan about his rise in the entertainment industry and how he went from being the Red Robin to becoming President of Asylum Entertainment and a multi-millionaire. J...

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October 25, 2018

Jonathan presented at the ACR/ARHP Annual Meeting in Chicago Oct 20th, "Resilience: Facing a Health Crisis Head On." 

 

 

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September 7, 2018

The Opening Lecture (4:30 pm Saturday), which will feature Hollywood film producer Jonathan Koch, who survived macrophage activation syndrome and hemophagocytic lymphohistiocytosis. It ultimately resulted in the amputation of his hands and feet and an eventual hand tra...

March 29, 2018

Jonathan Koch, president and chief creative officer for Encino-based Asylum Entertainment, will be honored for his professional and philanthropic contributions at the third annual “Let’s Get Real” event, held to benefit the Saban Community Clinic in Los Angeles.

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March 8, 2018

A sudden and shocking disease caused Jonathan Koch to lose nearly everything. When he survived, he couldn't bear to lose the game he loved—so he received a hand transplant, and relearned tennis. (Tennis Channel)

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October 17, 2017

Jonathan was able to move the fingers on his newly transplanted only hours after surgery performed at UCLA. Click below to read the full article in the Fall 2017 issue of UCLA's U Magazine.

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