Fairly short book about my memories and views on life with a renal transplant or two over the past 25 years, solely from the patient side, a view which has been somewhat ignored by the medical establishment. My kidneys packed in when I was seventeen and I’m now 47 and I’m still walking and talking, too much, i’m sure some may say, especially after reading this ! I’ve re-edited the book so it’s less gory, more memoir based and focusing on all the things I’ve got up to to in addition to the medical treatment. I guess I’ve usually thought, unconsciously maybe, what can I do within these circumstances. I asked one of the doctors, when I was young “will I live past forty?”. He said I was unstoppable. Kd.

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