Co-workers’ kidney donations save each other’s husbands

Tia Wimbush and Susan Ellis who work together at Children’s Hospital of Atlanta each donated a kidney in March 2021 to save each other’s husbands who were both suffering from kidney failure.
1:51 | 06/09/21

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