My Husband Needs A Kidney

When my children were 4 and 6 years old, their father needed a kidney. I was the perfect match. Unfortunately, I have one pelvic kidney and the doctors refused to take it. He died a year later. Even 10 years would have been enough to watch his children grow into the loving, caring people they are today.

I’m sharing this, hoping there is someone who can donate or help find a donor. It is not just a gift of life to one person, but to an entire family.

Life Lessons From Around the Dinner Table


My husband, Neil is in need of a live kidney donor. We have been advised by his doctor that a living donor is the best option for Neil. The success rate for living donor organs are much higher than that of cadaver organs.

The surgeon that could possibly be performing Neil’s transplant had one herself. Her husband tried to donate but was unable to because he was a carrier for kidney cancer. She spread the news far and wide of the need for a kidney and as it turned out her husband’s dentist’s sister was the one to give her a life saving kidney.

She advised us to spread the news far and wide, so I decided to write this post, and I am asking you, my beloved readers to share it. The more views we receive, the higher chances we have of finding a donor.

We also learned that…

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