Zully Broussard interacts with a nurse before her kidney donation surgery last Thursday. She set off a chain of kidney transplants that involved six donors and six recipients.
Zully Broussard interacts with a nurse before her kidney donation surgery last Thursday. She set off a chain of kidney transplants that involved six donors and six recipients. California Pacific Medical Center
Zully Broussard interacts with a nurse before her kidney donation surgery last Thursday. She set off a chain of kidney transplants that involved six donors and six recipients. California Pacific Medical Center
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Sacramento area woman says giving kidney to stranger was ‘right thing’

March 12, 2015 04:14 PM

UPDATED March 13, 2015 10:40 AM

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