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Zack Whitecotton is 27-years-old and resides in London. He was diagnosed with IgA nephropathy, or Berger’s disease – a kidney disease that occurs when an antibody called immunoglobulin A (IgA) builds up in the kidneys. This results in local inflammation that, over time, can hamper the kidneys’ ability to filter waste from the blood. When Zack was 23, doctors predicted that he would need dialysis by age 40. And they also thought that he might need a kidney transplant when he was much older. To the doctors surprise, Whitecotton’s kidney function plummeted during 2020. Every night When he gets home, he connects to a bedside peritoneal dialysis machine to a tube implanted in his abdomen. The machine runs three or four cycles of dialysis fluids through his body. The fluid sits for a few hours in his abdominal cavity, absorbing waste from the blood vessels in the cavity’s lining, as his kidneys normally would do. The fluid is then pumped out into a bag and more fluid is pumped into his body, to absorb more waste. He wakes up every morning and feels drained, literally. Zack is a student of master’s in business administration in the University of Louisiana at Lafayette and each day he is determined to attend all his online classes. But his energy level is so low that he can only move for an hour or two. He needs a living kidney donor to get his life back. Help Zack to achieve all the dreams of his life.
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