Donating my left kidney to my husband in 2012 is one of the best things I've ever done in my life. It is incredibly empowering and gratifying to save the life of the man you love and watch him regain his vitality. And being a donor hasn't hindered my life in any way -- it's only enhanced it.
Donors also have to consider missing work, child care costs and whether their jobs will wait for them.
My husband and I have a very special date approaching: our second "transplantiversary." I was lucky to be able to donate a kidney to him on July 20, 2012, about a month before I turned 40.
Coe asked to be put on the donor list, and, although the odds were slim, tests revealed that he was a match for Alya who
For the past 18 months, Martinez, who has Alport Syndrome, has been receiving dialysis three times a week for four hours
"Everything was coming down all at once,” Caludia Rendon told Fox 29. “I felt like the best thing that happened to me this
Two weeks ago, Wake Forest baseball coach Tom Walter went under the knife to save the life of a young player suffering from
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Now, Hanson is excited to have a new lease on life, after her generous landlord Dan Hunt donated a kidney to her. Just weeks