By writer to www.wabi.tv
BANGOR, Maine (WABI) – In February, we launched you to a 6-year-old Bangor boy in determined want of a kidney.
After we shared Bentley Newell’s story, his mother says they’d greater than 100 folks apply to be a donor.
Heather Kinsella says his medical staff was working by way of the record to discover a match for her son.
However a number of weeks in the past, transplants have been placed on maintain because of the coronavirus pandemic.
She says if Bentley will get worse, he could need to go on dialysis.
She’s urging folks to comply with the CDC tips and keep residence for the sake of her son and others like him.
“I am afraid of this. Anyone with a toddler or an aged individual dwelling at residence or perhaps a household. This 6-year-old little boy is the precise purpose why folks want to remain residence,” Heather Kinsella, Bentley’s mother.
Heather says they thank everybody for the continued assist, and so they ask all potential donors to please be affected person.
The medical staff is evaluating the likelihood for a transplant each a number of weeks.
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