Hello everyone. after more than a year and half on dialysis i have big news that just came to me last night: my lawyer sister living in knoxville tenn. is the right blood type (O positive) and is willing to donate a kidney to me. she's already been through the first round of evaulation and now is in the blood cross matching part. she's 13 months younger and we've always been close. keep you fingers crossed for me. there may be an end in sight. George White.
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