Mary Marlowe decided to donate one of her kidneys. Four people received transplants as a result.
“It is amazing to see all the pieces come together from one person’s generosity.”
The police officer needed a kidney transplant. The donor turned out to be very familiar to him — he had arrested her numerous times.
He had been a cop for four decades. She had been featured on "Alabama's Most Wanted."
Kidney transplant patient returns home to joyous reverse parade
Lee Foster's friends and neighbors smiled, waved, honked and enjoyed cake pops
Her dad needed a kidney; hers didn’t match. But through paired donation, her dad got a kidney and so did another person in need.
Her blood type was B and his was A. So they went to Plan B.
Kristie Kuzy decided to donate a kidney to a stranger. Her generosity initiated the first three-recipient kidney transplant chain in the history of Vanderbilt University Medical Center.
The amazing and improbable story of how it all fell into place