Many people around the world have chronic kidney disease, but a lot of people don’t know this. An American woman named Linda Hughes wanted to donate her kidney to a patient, but she couldn’t because she wasn’t a perfect match. So she decided to start a network to help connect donors and recipients. In this network, families that want to make donations help each other. So far, Hughes’ network has produced seven transplants.
Hanna Jeong Staff Reporter (firstname.lastname@example.org)
1. Why did Linda Hughes decide to start an organ donor network?
1. Do you want to donate a kidney if your family member needed a kidney transplant?