Nearly seven months after she went into acute kidney failure, the Vancouver mother of two has found a living donor, and a new lease on life.
“It’s a new life for me. It’s given me the ability to see a future for myself and my family,” MacKay-Dunn told Daily Hive.
“We are all looking forward to getting back to normal, no longer living in survival mode.”
Following the birth of her daughter last December, though, her kidney function drastically declined. The ordeal culminated with an admission to St. Paul’s Hospital on Christmas Eve.
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