Her priorities are definatly screwed up. She had an article in AARP all about her. She had hep c, kidneys quit working, went on the transplant list for a kidney twice. But her sister was dying so she refused, but got another offer later and took it, sadly her sister died. Now she credits the kidney donation for saving her life, she now wants to adocate for kidney research and organ donation.she said god must have give us two kidneys so we could give one away. Nothing about making people aware of hep c. I threw the article away.
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