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reducing the pain markedly," says U-
M's Dr. Punch. "Donors come in one
day for the surgery and go home the
"Of course, no major surgery has an
absolute guarantee, but the incidence
of complications is very small. The
future technology, using robotic sur-
gery, will be an even greater advance-
ment and benefit donors and patients
even more. ),
"People need to realize that they too
can make efforts to find a live kidney
donor," says Dr. Ehrmann. "Today,
the procedure is much less risky for
the donor. Donors live normal lives
and have a normal life expectancy.
Dr. Ehrmann is following the essen-
tial treatments to help her transplant
succeed. She will also be taking cer-
tain drugs for the rest of her life to
maintain that success. ❑
• Must be in good health and have
normal kidney function and anatomy.
• Must make the decision voluntarily
and free from pressure.
• Must work with the recipient's trans-
plant center to check compatibility.
Read everything you can about kid-
ney donation and contact the National
Kidney Foundation, (800) 622-9010.
Think about your reasons for want-
ing to donate and the impact of dona-
tion on you and your family — emo-
tionally, physically, and financially. A
living donation is made with no
expectation of compensation.