Norwalk man launches kidney donation program

A Norwalk man recently started a program to help people in need of a kidney transplant find a donor. Ned Brooks formed Donor to Donor. It's an organization that pairs those in need of a kidney with

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Oct 1, 2016, 12:56 AM

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A Norwalk man recently started a program to help people in need of a kidney transplant find a donor.
Ned Brooks formed Donor to Donor. It's an organization that pairs those in need of a kidney with a person who previously donated one.
That donor becomes the patient's advocate in the search for an organ from a living donor.
Donor to Donor had its first successful pairing this summer.
A Norwalk father of three received a live-saving kidney transplant from a Trumbull woman.
The two met for the first time after the operation was a success.
Brooks started the organization after he donated his kidney to a stranger and says he learned just how many people are waiting for a kidney and never get one.


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