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Milwaukee radio host to be living kidney donor to help mother-in-law

February 20, 2021. Summarized by summa-bot.

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A Milwaukee radio host will soon give up one of her kidneys for a loved one.

From the studio, 99. 1 The Mix radio host Elizabeth Kay talks of Camille Hamme, her mother-in-law who has kidney failure. "The doctors realized it would be in her best interest to get a kidney and be put on the transplant list," Kay said. Hoping to help, Kay went through endless testing and learned her kidneys are healthy. "Naturally, my hopes went up, and I thought, 'Oh my gosh, I'm going to be a match for my mother-in-law. ' And I was so excited because I just love her so much," Kay said.

Kay had a special present for Hamme at Christmas. "All the testing is done, and I've been given the green light from UW Health to give someone a kidney in exchange for you to get the perfect kidney through the Paired Kidney Exchange," Kay told her mother-in-law. It brings a year's long wait down to possibly just six months. "People may not realize this is out there.

From the studio, 99. 1 The Mix radio host Elizabeth Kay talks of Camille Hamme, her mother-in-law who has kidney failure.

"The doctors realized it would be in her best interest to get a kidney and be put on the transplant list," Kay said. Hoping to help, Kay went through endless testing and learned her kidneys are healthy. "Naturally, my hopes went up, and I thought, 'Oh my gosh, I'm going to be a match for my mother-in-law. ' And I was so excited because I just love her so much," Kay said.

Kay had a special present for Hamme at Christmas. "All the testing is done, and I've been given the green light from UW Health to give someone a kidney in exchange for you to get the perfect kidney through the Paired Kidney Exchange," Kay told her mother-in-law. It brings a year's long wait down to possibly just six months. "People may not realize this is out there.

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