Army Medic to Donate Kidney to Fellow Soldier

Pennsylvania National Guard's Sgt. Daniel Famous will get a transplant thanks to Sgt. Joseph Love.
3:00 | 02/18/14

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It's being called the famous love story but it has nothing to do was romance and everything to do with the national Guardsmen. Donating part of himself to help a comrade and the surgery that is taking place today. Sargent Daniel famous was about to be deployed for the fifth time with the Pennsylvania National Guard when he found out he needed a kidney transplant. The search for a donor was underway when Sargent Joseph -- decided to help out and after months of testing it turned out he's a perfect match. It was a surprise when he told Sargent famous. And just said oh by the way for the last. Five months having gone through this testing process and -- -- -- -- so if you want it it's yours and you is. At lots rulers. Which he never is it. -- thinking about how. How selfless how wonderful gift this was. Four. One person -- give another person. He's he's basically -- give -- the -- of a lot of life after the surgery today famous and love will need about four to six weeks to recover.

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