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Dialysis (INACTIVE)

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  • What I wish I'd asked

    What I wish I'd asked
    Digging through my mother’s dresser several weeks ago, I retrieved a blue plastic cleaner's bag and peeked inside. Was that a wedding veil, the abundant tulle lightly folded? I stuck a hand in. It was not just one wedding veil I retrieved;...
  • Two Teens Given A Second Chance At Life

    Two Teens Given A Second Chance At Life
    Two New Orleans area teenagers have been given a second chance at life. Both had been waiting on life-saving organ transplants, and they got them this week just moments apart. The 610 stompers are doing what they do best; busting moves and putting...
  • IU Health tweets during live kidney transplant

    IU Health tweets during live kidney transplant
    Kidneys are not usually a trending topic on Twitter, but on Wednesday, IU Health is trying to change that. Hospital staff will live tweet from inside an operating room, as one Indiana man gets a kidney from his good friend. Caleb Johnson from Merom,...
  • First twittercast kidney transplant ruled a success

    First twittercast kidney transplant ruled a success
    It was an historic day for IU Health as one group of doctors live tweeted while another group doctors saved performed a kidney transplant. The kidney went from 33-year-old Colin Newton to his buddy, 31-year-old Caleb Johnson. Johnson has been on...
  • "Living" Kidney Donations Under Microscope After Mom of 3 Dies

    "Living" Kidney Donations Under Microscope After Mom of 3 Dies
    When Yolanda Medina, a Bronx mother of three children, bled to death on May 23rd  at Montefiore Medical Center—because her aorta was cut during organ donation surgery—her passing left her brother, a kidney patient, bereft.  “I am...
  • Biking for a cause

    ST. JOSEPH -- Imagine being a teacher with a student whose father is extremely ill. What would you do to help? Well one local teacher has decided to ride his bike across the country. The student's name is Brady Adams, his father, Barry Adams, is...
  • Alexion: Profile From The Company's 2012 Annual Report

    Overview Alexion is a biopharmaceutical company focused on serving patients with severe and ultra-rare disorders through the innovation, development and commercialization of life-transforming therapeutic products. Our marketed product Soliris®...
  • West Michigan Man Donating Kidney to Overseas Cousin

    West Michigan Man Donating Kidney to Overseas Cousin
    Over the years, 41 year-old John Williamson has seen his cousin, Andy Williamson, only a handful of times. Their fathers are brothers and grew up in Scotland; John’s father moving to Canada and John eventually ended up in Grand Rapids. Andy, now...
  • Roanoke man's family blames RADAR bus service for his death

    Roanoke man's family blames RADAR bus service for his death
    A man is dead and his family thinks the non-profit bus service RADAR that transports the disabled is responsible after an incident last Friday in Roanoke near Valley View Mall. His family says Timothy Washington was feeling fine when he got on the...
  • One step in front of the other to raise money & awareness of kidney disease

    One step in front of the other to raise money & awareness of kidney disease
    Nearly 400-thousand Americans rely on dialysis to keep them alive. Saturday morning, some of those local folks -and the people who love them- gathered in downtown Roanoke for the annual Kidney Walk. The walk raises awareness for the prevention of kidney...
  • Investor group agrees to purchase former Giles Memorial Hospital

    Investor group agrees to purchase former Giles Memorial Hospital
    A group of investors, including Roanoke Development Consultant Brian Wishneff, has agreed to purchase the former Giles Memorial Hospital in Pearisburg.  The property currently houses a dialysis clinic, and the new owners envision a health campus that...
  • Terry Sturgis trial: 'I love my kids to death'

    Terry Sturgis trial: 'I love my kids to death'
    Tuesday, jurors got to hear from Terry Sturgis – in his own words – for the first time during his murder trial.  Prosecuting attorneys played more than two hours of a very long interrogation with Sturgis that began about three hours after...