In The News: Decision Prohibits Donation
So that a friend with kidney disease might live, 54-year-old Randy Warner said he happily took 25 trips to hospitals, doctors’ offices and clinics to see whether he could donate an organ.
He didn’t find at all bothersome the 17 procedures, 14 tests and at least a dozen interviews by psychiatrists, psychologists, social workers, a minister, two anesthesiologists, two surgeons and a donor coordinator. Rather, he found the experience a welcome rite of passage to an "incredible opportunity."
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