Confessions Of A Kidney Donor For Chronic Kidney Disease And Dialysis Patients




Many healthy individuals are hesitant to pursue the prospect of being a living kidney donor because they are fearful of the process. They believe that it is dangerous and can impact their short-term and/or long-term health and survival. By-and-large, this is completely understandable, but the facts suggest that serving as a living kidney donor is not only safe, it is both straightforward and highly rewarding. This is what the kind-hearted, generous selfless donor, Allyssa Bates, came to find after she donated to her brother. Now she is on a mission to educate people about the donation process from the donor's perspective (view the video below).

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Every Chronic Kidney Disease and Dialysis patient should share this article at least once. Even if you are not on the overloaded Kidney Transplant Waiting List (over 100,000 Chronic Kidney Disease patients waiting), it would go a long way to help other patients in need. Clearly, if you are waiting for a kidney transplant, sharing this article very well may put you in touch with your kind-hearted living donor. 

If you are a selfless individual who would like more information about serving as a living kidney donor, then click here. Also, if you are a patient who would like assistance in meeting potential donors, join the Find A Kidney Donor Program today (click here). 

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