I am a 63-year-old woman with severe kidney disease. Having dialysis would keep me alive for a limited time. A transplant would help me live a longer, more normal life.
A living kidney donation lasts longer and has better function than a cadaver kidney. Here are some facts about donation:
You only need one kidney to live.
Expenses are covered by the recipient.
My husband has Parkinson’s disease, an incurable progressive illness. His life is a struggle. He has a great deal of trouble moving and speaking. I need to be well to take care of him.
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