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“Troy is a really exhausting employee, at all times begins early and goes above and past day in and time out.”
(Inexperienced Township, Oh.) – A Inexperienced Township Police Officer who is devoted to assist his neighborhood is now hoping to obtain some assist in return.
Three years in the past, Troy Biggs was identified with Polycystic Kidney Illness (PKD), the fourth main reason behind kidney failure.
PKD sufferers develop fluid stuffed cysts on each kidneys which results in decreased perform and finally kidney failure. With no recognized therapy treatment, PKD causes about 5% of all kidney failure.
With Biggs’ kidney perform reaching essential degree, a transplant from a residing donor is essential to avoid wasting his life. Whereas some wait years to obtain a transplant, Biggs’ declining well being might not present him with years to attend. Nevertheless, there are extra well being points to think about.
“Our hope is that we will discover a residing donor previous to the necessity for dialysis therapies,” says the family and friends of Troy. “Some analysis reveals that little or no time on dialysis previous to transplant can result in higher long-term well being.”
The Inexperienced Township Police Division is reaching out on their Fb to assist their fellow officer obtain life-saving care from a donor as devoted as Biggs.
“Troy is a really exhausting employee, at all times begins early and goes above and past day in and time out,” reads a put up on the Green Township Facebook page.
Learn extra about Troy and his story at gobiggsorgohome.godaddysites.com/troys-story. You can even observe his progress, or discover methods you’ll be able to assist by becoming a member of the Kidney for Troy Facebook group.
If you’re fascinated about getting examined to donate, contact Donor Transplant Coordinator Tricia Monson by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org or calling (513) 585-1440.
These which are fascinated about being residing donor however are fearful about the price, can study insurance coverage at transplantliving.org/.