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Washington man donates his kidney to his wife of 30 years

MailOnline Sunday, 12 August 2018 ()
Washington man donates his kidney to his wife of 30 yearsWhen Seattle woman Lesley Kennedy was diagnosed with polycycstic kidney disease and was told she needed a donor in order to survive, her husband of 30 years Steve stepped up to the plate.
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