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Tuesdays with … January 26, 2015

Here’s your Tuesdays with…. update for those in need of a kidney transplant and their advocates. It is a short one this week. You could use the following information and email to family members, friends and post on your Facebook page and other social media outlets. You could also include additional information about your health, progress and other activities. If this is your first Tuesdays with… update, click here to learn how to use Tuesdays with… to expand on your Kidney Kampaign.

Needed! I am seeking a kidney donor.

Perhaps you can share my need for a kidney transplant with some of your online contacts. It is not unusual for a donor to hear about someone’s need through someone else. Often someone’s friend, family member or contact reads a person’s need for a kidney on Facebook, Twitter, a blog, an email or some other social media platform and ends up donating a kidney to someone they didn’t know beforehand.

Seeking my donor is a lot like looking for employment when you are out of work. There isn’t one way to find a job you need to explore many different outlets. My search for a kidney donor is very similar. I’m sure you would help if I were looking for employment. This search is even more important for me. I’d appreciate if you would share my story with your network of people you know. I am grateful for your help.

I am very grateful for the continued support I’m receiving from family members and friends and will continue to keep you up to date on my progress.

Can you suggest another way to let others know about your need? Please share it with us by Clicking Here and we will include in in a future Tuesdays With... update.

If you know someone else in need of a kidney transplant or would like to pass this on to your doctor or a dialysis/transplant social worker please provide him or her with this link:

Until next week, we wish you the best in your journey.

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Harvey established the LKDN after recognizing the need for better resources while pursuing a successful living kidney transplant in 2006. Our purpose is to share knowledge and build the confidence to enable the life changing benefits of living donation. Click here to learn more about Harvey.

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