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If you have had an organ transplant then you may want to also become a member of these communities if they are applicable to your condition to share your experience:
Diabetes and Kidney Community
Kidney Disorders Community
WebMD Diabetes Community
WebMD Hepatitis Community
WebMD Heart Disease Community
Pancreas-Kidney Transplant
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BrandenSPK posted:
I'm just starting the process for a simultaneous pancreas-kidney transplant. I've had type-1 diabetes for 32 years and now, in only a few months, my kidneys have given out. So I'm pre-dialysis but have started the process for new organs. Would love to talk to people who are in the same boat or have been here before. My wife and I have a blog too: www.brandenstransplant.com Branden
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John-SKPT responded:
Hi Branden, Kristi and I exchanged one email about the blog. Welcome to this group. (To be honest, it is not very incredibly active, but the questions and thoughts and ideas are genuine. Maybe you can stir up more interest in this group. While I don't really want to encourage cross-posting, a lot of renal failure patients with tye I also post on the Kidney Disorders group. So you might want to glance at that one now and then to see what applies to your case.) Keep in touch, both of you. This business affect the entire family as much as the patient. John


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