Flash Flood Watch expires at 6:00 PM on 8/31, issued at 8:24 PM Annville, KY | Artemus, KY | Athol, KY | Barbourville, KY

Berea Woman Needs Kidney Donor To Live

After her kidney failure three years ago because of lupus, a Berea woman started to look for a kidney organ donor. Angela Brown still hasn’t found one – and doctors tell her time is running out.

Click here to read the full story.

Post a Comment
 

 
Comments
Lilypod02 - 10/4/2013 9:42 PM
0 Votes
More information is needed about this case. Some people live a long time with this condition.

josephcharles - 10/4/2013 9:01 PM
0 Votes
I am 32. I have renal failure from a kidney disease I was diagnosed at 15. I have been on dialysis for 3 years. I need a kidney too... But why does this woman NOT do dialysis? I just do not understand why she is running out of time...
Most Popular
Fiery Crash Closes Stretch Of I-75 In Laurel County
A section of I-75 north of Corbin was closed for a time Friday evening following a fiery crash involving a Fed-Ex tractor trailer, according to State Police. Investigators said the driver had minor injuries.
Harlan ER doctor suspended by Kentucky board
A Knoxville, Tennessee, doctor practicing at Harlan Appalachian Regional Healthcare Hospital has had his license suspended by the Kentucky Board of Medical Licensure.
Kentucky suspends doctor over staff prescriptions
A doctor practicing at Harlan ARH Hospital has been suspended by the Kentucky Board of Medical Licensure after receiving an anonymous tip he was prescribing diet pills to the nursing staff.
One Dead, One Seriously Injured In Overnight Crash
The driver of a car was seriously injured and his passenger was killed in an accident early Saturday morning.
Police: Man Breaks Into Home To Take Shower
A man is accused of breaking into a Lexington home just to take a hot shower.
Inergize Digital This site is hosted and managed by Inergize Digital.
   

WTVQ.com supports children's privacy rights. All persons under the age of 13 MUST have parental permission to use this website and direct parental supervision is strongly recommended.