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Mansfield Christian Student Is Receiving A New Kidney

Story By: Brad Francis



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  Original Published: 4/23/2013It's a big day for Nicole Miller. The Mansfield Christian 1st grader is getting a new kidney. Her kindergarten teacher, Wendy Killian, is the donor.We first told you about their story last month, when Killian decided to give her student the gift of a better life. Miller suffers from a genetic disorder that left her with one kidney that's been failing for years. Doctors at Rainbow Babies and Children's Hospital, in Cleveland, are operating on Killian first. Once they have one of her kidneys, they'll go to work on Miller. The operation will take several hours. Miller and Killian will each need about six weeks to recover.
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