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Ask me, I know.
Nancy is a registered nurse and has been living
with kidney disease since 1959. She was chosen by the "Life and Death Committee" to receive dialysis in Seattle
in 1966. Her dialysis took place nocturnally for 8 hours, in center and later at home, from 1966 to 1972, then 4
hour sessions at 2 different times in the 1980s. She also performed peritoneal dialysis for 5 years in
the 1990s, doing exchanges at home, in airplanes, hotels, at work, and at friend's homes. She dialyzed a total of 15
years, interrupted by 4 transplants, all successful.