Husband Learns His Wife Is a Perfect Kidney Match

Nurse Jason Diacumski's seven-year wait for a kidney donation ended when his wife, who is also a nurse, was found to be a match.
0:55 | 02/11/16

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Am very sweet agents and have bounced Wednesday North Carolina nurse. Jason desperately needs a transplant after suffering from kidney disease and doctors say that he and waited up to seven years for transplant. But that was before his wife is all sweaters check she turned out to be a perfect donor match. It almost felt too good to be true. And really get asked I was nervous to arm to get excited. Because. And I had had its like when in the lottery. I didn't know this but incredibly rare for a spouse to be a match the chances and less than 1% the transplant is now scheduled in two weeks. And not a happened near the couple's wedding anniversary which will be celebrating fifteen. Years to get. How ironic that they're both nurses as well when are rare all around there.

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