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Tracey Libbrecht is a 35-year-old mom and lives in Michigan. She was diagnosed with Lupus in 2010. Lupus is a disease that occurs when your body’s immune system attacks your own tissues and organs (autoimmune disease). Inflammation caused by lupus can affect many different body systems — including your joints, skin, kidneys, blood cells, brain, heart and lungs. After the diagnosis Tracey underwent a kidney transplant in 2015, but her body began to reject it within a few years, and now she needs another one. Her kidney function worsened after contracting COVID-19 in January. About a month ago, she started at-home dialysis for ten and half hours a day. Her condition is worsening day by day. She is now on dialysis for 12 hours a day and her kidney is working at 5%. Tracey Libbrect is only 35 and she has a lot of life to live.  If you’re in good health with blood type B and have a strong desire to save a life, email her at or call the  University of Michigan transplant center at 1-800-333-9013 and ask to speak with the donor office.  Help Tracey to her life back.  Save One Person. Save The World.



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