Reverend Gwendolyn Snell is a pastor and one of nearly 110,000 women, men and children waiting for life-saving transplants in the United States.
In 1980, her kidneys were not functioning properly. She felt like she had the flu. On her second doctor's visit, she never left the hospital. A transplant was needed. Reverend Snell had no family able to be living donors, and at that time friends could not donate, so she was placed on the waiting list. Her first kidney transplant was in 1981 and the kidney only lasted one month. At that time she did not know the rejection signs.
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