From: mayihelpyou on
Hi, this has been on my mind for sometime now, and I wanted to ask you
all a few questions. I have read an article at Kidney transplant. I
was reading about it on medical health care info
http://www.medical-health-care-information.com/encyclopedia/k/Kidney-transplant.asp

which says a kidney transplant is surgery to replace your own diseased
kidneys with a healthy (donor) kidney. See an illustration of a kidney
transplant. There are two types of donors. Living donors, who can be a
family member (living related donor or LRD) or a spouse or close
friend (living unrelated donor or LURD). Cadaver donor: If there are
no compatible living related or unrelated kidney donors, transplant
patients are placed on a waiting list to receive a kidney from a
person who has recently died (cadaveric kidney).

While it must be true, I wonder what you have to say about it. Do let
me know!
Regards, Tom

From: Mark Probert on
mayihelpyou wrote:
> Hi, this has been on my mind for sometime now,

Why? You never come back to discuss.