Famous Actress, Sarah Hyland Discusses Being On Dialysis While Filming And Her Second Kidney Transplant



Sarah Hyland, a famous actress most popularly known for playing the character of Haley Dunphy on the ABC sitcom Modern Family, announced that she conducted Dialysis after her first Kidney Transplant failed and before receiving her second Kidney Transplant.

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Described in her own words as one of the most challenging times of her life, we encourage Chronic Kidney Disease, Dialysis, and Kidney Transplant patients as well as loved ones to share this article far and wide so that others can better understand life on Dialysis and consider Living Kidney Donation.

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We always encourage high profile Chronic Kidney Disease and Dialysis patients to share their stories in order to help raise awareness of Chronic Kidney Disease, Kidney Failure, Dialysis, and Kidney Transplant since patients' struggles are generally overlooked and misunderstood. Ms. Hyland courageously shared her story below and discussed the physical and emotional challenges that all patients must face daily. You can click the below video to watch her interview with SELF.com:

Are you going to share Sarah Hyland's video? Why or why not? Can you relate to her story? What would you like to add about Chronic Kidney Disease, Dialysis, Kidney Transplant struggles from your experience? Your voice is important and we encourage everyone to leave a comment and share this article on Social Media (click here) and via email to help improve understanding about Chronic Kidney Disease, Dialysis, and Living Kidney Donation. Also, if you need assistance sharing your story and engaging potential donors then wear your Kidney Transplant Shirt (click here) for offline outreach, and launch your Find A Kidney Donor Program (click here) to engage a much wider audience online.


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