Her life is all about dialysis - Sarah Baker in Smyrna needs a new kidney

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Photo of Sarah Baker at the dialysis center. Photo by Scott Walker, see more at SmallTownBigWorld.com

Life can throw us curve balls at times that we often don't know how to cope with. At other times, life throws us fast pitches that are altogether too fast to catch and we feel as if everything is out of control. But not Sarah Baker, even though she is going through a lot, she seems to be taking it all in stride and with a smile.

Sarah, who lives in Smyrna, Tennessee, undergoes about four hours of dialysis three times per week. She has held onto that schedule for the past two years or longer. She needs a new kidney and she is on the list to receive one, but it takes time - a lot of it.

Listen to this 8 minute and 15 second interview of what it's like to undergo dialysis treatment three times weekly as she waits for good news.


Of course, you could help her with that good news by calling the Vanderbilt Kidney Donation Center and volunteering to donate your kidney.


If you would like to learn how you can donate or to see if you are a match, CLICK HERE today. You can also call the Vanderbilt Kidney Transplant Center at 615-936-0695.

By the way, the costs for the donor are fully covered.

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