does anyone know if you can be a kidney doner to a pkd patient(my own daughter) at early stages of the disease? why couldnt we just go ahead and do a transplant now instead of waiting for the inevitable? or does insurance make it too difficult? i know a transplant isnt always the answer, but is there any reason dr's wouldnt go along with it?
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