Husband of 57 Years Stops at Nothing to Save His Wife's Life

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  • 2013-09-06T08:45:05

What match are you looking for? Limakatso from Lesotho.

  • 2013-08-16T03:07:44

I'm sure this has been asked already, so I apologize for the repetition, but how would one go about being tested?

  • 2013-08-12T04:37:57

This is true love at it's finest. This man loves his wife the way God instructed men to. She definitely is a blessed woman to have a husband that loves her that much.

  • 2013-08-10T16:42:46

...Is it wrong to share a product if you know it could help someone? I think it would be a crime not to share the information. With information, they can look at it and decide for themselves. How can that hurt anything? It might be far more helpful than all the sweet and caring comments because it may help heal the kidneys. Just because you can't believe that there might be something else that could prevent a kidney transplant, at least for some people, does it mean you have the right to deny others an opportunity to explore the possibility? I would love to see this couple get results in whatever means possible so I am not totally against transplants. It's just that there might be a better way. Doctors will say there is nothing else that can be done because they have been trained, in large part, by pharmaceutical companies and they certainly were not trained in natural products except to ridicule them. The doctors and the pharmaceutical stand to make a lot of money off of some of the people who will get a kidney transplant. That's ok with me if that's the only solution but if there was a way to restore someone's kidneys' functions with natural products wouldn't that be more desirable? and a lot cheaper. I know it is possible because I've 'seen' it. I've seen it happen where some people are on dialysis and then used some natural product and they were able to stop doing dialysis because their kidneys became healthy again. This is something people could try while they are waiting for the kidney. If these natural products do not work, you still can do the transplant. I will share the names of these things if you send me a message at Facebook.

  • 2013-08-08T14:13:11

You will receive your kidney. All in His time. God bless you both.

  • 2013-08-08T10:34:47

Hello Rose Marie ...I sent you a message on Facebook. Since I am not a friend, FB said my message would go into your 'other folder'. Please reply to me if you wish.

  • 2013-08-08T10:08:45

Rikki Andrews ...Is it wrong to share a product you sell if you know it could help someone? I think it would be a crime not to share the information. With the information, they can look at it and decide for themselves. How can that hurt anything? It might be far more helpful than all the sweet and caring comments. Just because you can't believe that there might be something else that could prevent a kidney transplant, at least for some people, doesn't mean you should deny others an opportunity to explore the possibility. Doctors will say there is nothing else that can be done because they have been trained, in large part, by pharmaceutical companies and they certainly were not trained in natural products except to ridicule them. The doctors and the pharmaceutical companies will make a lot of money on some of the people who will get a kidney transplant. I guess that's ok with you but not if some of these people might be able to restore the health of their kidneys with some natural products. I know it is possible because I've 'seen' it. I've seen it happen where some people are on dialysis and then used some natural product and they were able to stop doing dialysis because their kidneys became healthy again. Some of these people could be trying these products while they are waiting. A number of us sell such products, not just to make a buck, but to help people get well. We could make a buck far easier selling Avon Products. There is nothing wrong with offering a product as long as you don't lie about it to make the sale. The drug companies make a lot of bucks, they lie about their products or employ deceit by not mentioning side effects which sometimes include death, and continue to sell their potions and pills even though they may have killed thousands of people. I never promise anyone that they will get necessarily get the results they want but I offer enough information and case studies which shows what it has done for others. It's a lot cheaper than the transplant and the medicines that will be prescribed. If it doesn't restore the kidneys, it won't hurt the body like so many prescription drugs do. On the contrary, these natural products often leave the person in a state of better health than before they used it.

  • 2013-08-07T15:25:35

I live in Las Vegas, Nevada and I am willing to be tested and if a match, will donate my kidney. Provided that it's not too late! 405-537-6190

  • 2013-08-06T06:35:20

tell me what I need to do to see if I will match, my e-mail is gavrishs@aol.com.

  • 2013-08-03T00:40:57

You could also call the number on the sign he was carrying.

  • 2013-08-01T18:53:52

did they ever find a kidney yet? I will pray and pray:)

  • 2013-07-31T18:16:21

Biran, call UAB in Birmingham or Emory in Atlanta (Emory is where we did our swap). Emory has a great program. Northside Hospital in Atlanta also has a very good program (3 of my friends did their dontation there).

  • 2013-07-31T18:05:50

Call your local (or closest) teaching hospital, i.e., one associated with a university with a medical program and ask if they do transplants. Kidney transplants are becoming, if not common, then rather frequent. Most of the removal from the donor can be done with a few small incisions (have gone blank on the word). I gave one to a friend at church a little over 6 years ago and he is doing well. My health is good. I am 54, rather active, run (well, maybe waddle!) some, have an active job, etc., i.e., no impairment whatsoever. While you want to consider the risks (& they will go over them extensively), most donors do very well post donation. They put you through all kinds of tests to make absolutely sure, as much as is possible, that this poses the least risk to you. A note: don't do like I did and mention to your wife later you told your friend you would give him a kidney! Always better to discuss before telling the potential recipient! My wife is a great woman and very understanding and was, after discussion with some dear friends, very supportive. By the way, we have had 6 kidney donations in our churches in Birmingham and Atlanta; all are doing well. Hope this helps.

  • 2013-07-29T19:48:16

yep, is pretty cool huh? Love his devotion.

  • 2013-07-29T18:43:21

I would love to be tested to see if I am a match for your wife. I would be glad to donate one of my kidney's for your wife. Call me at: (520)829-8837 I live in Tucson Arizona.

  • 2013-07-29T16:32:56

I don't know if this gentleman checks out the comments here, but I want him to know what a beautiful thing he's doing for his wife. The Lord is listening, and sometimes I think he's waiting for us to do something. If I had two good kidneys, well I would give one, why not we've got two? What a blessing we can be to each other. Praying he will find this heart.

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