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    Following yesterday's false headline in the Telegraph about the g-spot (well caught NF) I read this article :-

    New York woman 'sacked after donating kidney to save boss's life' - Telegraph

    The headline says "New York woman 'sacked after donating kidney to save boss's life' "

    But the article says "Stevens's kidney was not a good match for Brucia, but she agreed to donate it to a stranger in St. Louis, Missouri, setting up a transplant chain that enabled Brucia to receive a better-matched kidney from a donor in San Francisco. ".

    So there was no direct donation as implied.

    And its very odd to donate a kidney to a stranger. KIdney transplant is a big op.....

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    Quote Originally Posted by BrilloPad View Post
    Following yesterday's false headline in the Telegraph about the g-spot (well caught NF) I read this article :-

    New York woman 'sacked after donating kidney to save boss's life' - Telegraph

    The headline says "New York woman 'sacked after donating kidney to save boss's life' "

    But the article says "Stevens's kidney was not a good match for Brucia, but she agreed to donate it to a stranger in St. Louis, Missouri, setting up a transplant chain that enabled Brucia to receive a better-matched kidney from a donor in San Francisco. ".

    So there was no direct donation as implied.

    And its very odd to donate a kidney to a stranger. KIdney transplant is a big op.....
    It's the 'states, did money change hands?

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    Quote Originally Posted by SupremeSpod View Post
    It's the 'states, did money change hands?
    It is illegal to pay for a kidney in the states so if money changed hands it is under the counter.

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