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I will always love you and your children, and I am sorry for what has happened.
My daughter’s kidney stone was taken from me by the doctors at my hospital.
My son’s kidney was taken by the police after he was given an epidural, but his kidney stone is in a bag and I cannot afford to send it back to them.
I have tried to get them to donate the kidney stone, but I cannot.
The doctors are so busy, the money they receive is only half of what the family has to pay.
I have asked them to give me a check, but it has never arrived.
I am desperate, but there are no answers.
I cannot give my son the kidney he has always dreamed of, but the doctors insist on sending it to me.
It is the first time in my life I have had to ask for a kidney transplant.
I want to thank everyone for all their support, but this is the end of the road for me.
My mother, my sister, my daughter, my son, and my sister’s boyfriend are waiting.
They are all sick and tired of waiting.
My husband is working for the state, and he does not have a job and can’t afford to pay rent.
I do not know how to pay my bills, and even if I did, I cannot keep the house.
I need money to pay for my medical bills.
I was given a kidney by my daughter.
I think that’s fine, but what is my chance to get it back?
My mother has given me hope, but when I ask her how she feels about her son, she says she is too afraid to be alone with him.
My mother is a single mother with two children, a daughter and a son.
She is in her mid-70s and has lost over 80 pounds.
She suffers from kidney disease, and her daughter was born a year ago.
She has been given a transplant.
She works from home and does not take care of her children, who have been diagnosed with epilepsy and have been put on medication.
The child she was supposed to be with has had seizures and she does not want to take them to the hospital.
My brother is in his late 30s and is a full-time taxi driver.
He is now on disability and needs medication.
He lives alone and relies on his wife to help care for the children and grandchildren.
He has no money to buy food, and cannot afford an emergency fund.
I could ask for the transplant, but my brother has already asked me not to ask him for a transplant, as he has no income and needs to support his family.
I do not want a kidney from my husband, so I cannot donate one.
My husband has been receiving chemotherapy treatments for several months and he has lost 50 pounds, but he does still work, and his cancer is still going strong.
He does not think he will be able to get a kidney.
He worries about the future.
He has also asked me to not ask for his kidney, because I am not the only one who has this problem.
My brother, my father, my mother, and two other men have been given kidney transplants, but they are still unable to afford to take care, and there is no guarantee that they will get a transplant if they do.
I will be unable to get my daughter a kidney because she is so sick.
I was very fortunate to have my daughter because of my health insurance.
I did not have to worry about her going to hospital.
The surgery was a success, but we are still living in a house full of dust.
My daughter was able to use my medical insurance to buy medicines, but she is now suffering from kidney failure.
I also cannot afford treatment for my daughter anymore, because she does too much work and cannot work.
The only way to get one of these kidneys is to donate one of them to a kidney bank, but since I do have an old kidney, it is not possible to get another one.
It is very difficult for me to get the money to donate a kidney, so instead I ask for one of my sisters.
I am a single parent and my children do not have money to support me, but some friends and family are willing to help.
My sister has been waiting for my kidney for seven months.
I wanted to make her a donor, but her friends are against it because they are worried that if she is a donor I will lose my job.
My sisters friends say that if they donate one kidney, I will get another.
I can only afford one kidney donation, but for my family, this is more important than anything else.
I need my kidneys so