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  • Beaufort wife: I wanted him to have 'best kidney he could possibly have'

    When it comes to getting a kidney transplant, the "norm" is for the new kidney to come from a cadaver. That's what Paul Bauer of Beaufort told us Feb. 7, 2017. But when Bauer's wife, Leslie, learned that, if given the option, it's better to receive a "live" kidney, she said "it was a no-brainer" to donate hers to Paul once she found out she was a match.

When it comes to getting a kidney transplant, the "norm" is for the new kidney to come from a cadaver. That's what Paul Bauer of Beaufort told us Feb. 7, 2017. But when Bauer's wife, Leslie, learned that, if given the option, it's better to receive a "live" kidney, she said "it was a no-brainer" to donate hers to Paul once she found out she was a match. Josh Mitelman Staff video
When it comes to getting a kidney transplant, the "norm" is for the new kidney to come from a cadaver. That's what Paul Bauer of Beaufort told us Feb. 7, 2017. But when Bauer's wife, Leslie, learned that, if given the option, it's better to receive a "live" kidney, she said "it was a no-brainer" to donate hers to Paul once she found out she was a match. Josh Mitelman Staff video

A gift of love and life: Beaufort wife donates kidney to ailing husband

February 14, 2017 10:03 AM