I’m in dialysis three days a week and I need a transplant, preferably from a living donor. The situation is urgent. The wait for a deceased donor is between 6- 10 years away and often not nearly as successful as a donation from a living donor.
Have you ever considered becoming a living donor?
You can give the gift of life to me and make a tremendous difference to the quality of life to everyone who knows or depends on me.
I have two children of my own and my wife, her son and his wife are all impacted by my disease. I want to be there for my wife, my kids and one day, my grandkids. We would be forever grateful for your donation.
How can you help? Just click on the button below, watch a video, tell your friends, or fill out a questionnaire. All costs are covered, and you can make a real difference.
I am registered at Univ. of California Davis Hospital kidney transplant division.
UC Davis Health has been a leader in the field of minimally invasive kidney recovery for living donation and recently the Kidney Transplant Program at the Medical Center ranked No. 7 in the country for total volume of kidney transplants and No. 1 in California for total number of deceased donor kidney transplants.
UCSF Medical Center has performed more kidney transplants than any other hospital in the world. Learn more about kidney transplants at UCSF at http://www.ucsfhealth.org/clinics/kid…
Dr. James Lim, transplant surgeon at Centura Transplant discusses dialysis and kidney transplant. To learn more about Centura Transplant and kidney transplantation visit: https://www.centura.org/locations/cen…
Thank you for your time and consideration!
If you have any questions, or would like to contact us, you can send us a message here.