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Glaser came to Katz’s story by way of her long-lost son, an adult in need of a new kidney by the time the author met him.
Recently acquired wing Caris LeVert had successful surgery to remove a cancerous growth from his left kidney, the Indiana Pacers announced Tuesday.
This goes back to the idea of whether financial incentives might skew someone’s judgment toward selling their kidneys or eggs.
THE DOWNSIDE OF DISGUST (EP. 448)STEPHEN J. DUBNERJANUARY 21, 2021FREAKONOMICS
One of the organs most sorely needed is the kidney, and it’s also one of the hardest to re-create.
A third-grade teacher in Minnesota donated a kidney to her school’s custodianThe $32,000 the inmates raised includes $8,000 kicked in by Creating Restorative Opportunities and Programs, a nonprofit group that Gray and his father started in 2008.
The diabetes had destroyed his kidneys, and he was trying to slim down so that he could get a transplant.
All came from Kent Thiry, the former CEO of DaVita, one of the largest kidney care companies in the country.
On April 21, she went to the hospital, where her kidneys failed and doctors put her on a ventilator.
After a visit to the emergency room, he learned that his kidneys were failing.
In liver, muscle, and kidney tissue from spaceflight mice, as well as urine samples from astronauts, the team found telltale signs of mitochondrial problems.

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