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A KIDNEY FOR STONEY

My name is Stoney Harrison and I was diagnosed with PKD (Polycystic Kidney Disease) in August 2011.  My disease has gotten worse causing my kidneys not to work well.  Both my kidneys together are only functioning at 11.7%.  This is what I am facing now, and my treatment options are limited to a kidney transplant.  If donating a kidney to me is something you would like to consider, I would be happy to tell you more about my story and explore the process of determining if you are a match for me.


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Who pays for living donation?

My health insurance will pay 100% for the following for the donor.

* Evaluation to determine if the person is a good candidate for living donation

* Donation Surgery

* Post-operative care


Donors should always coordinate their tests with the transplant coordinator at the hospital in case there are any exceptions.


 

TO SEE IF YOU QUALIFY TO BE A POTENTIAL LIVING DONOR, YOU MAY INITIATE THE EVALUATION PROCESS BY CLICKING BELOW.

 

FAMILY

Left to right in picture - my daughter, stepdaughter, me, my wife, daughter, stepdaughter & granddaughter


"Family isn't defined only by last name or by blood; it's defined by commitment and by love. It means showing up when they need it most. It means choosing to love each other even on those days when you struggle to like each other. It means never giving up on each other!"

Married to my wonderful wife, Sheila for 3 years and we have known each other for 10.  I have two girls from a previous marriage, Bethany & Haley. Also two stepdaughters, Lindsey & Brittany (Sheila's girls from a previous marriage) and a granddaughter, Makailyn.  They have been right by side on this journey of finding me a living kidney donor.  Each of them have submitted their forms to be tested.  Unfortunately, my wife was denied due to her cancer history, both my daughters submitted but due to PKD being hereditary, we are waiting to see if they are approved.  Both my stepdaughters are also waiting to hear back from their submissions. Either way, we are family and I am proud of each of them for doing their part.  They are my biggest WHY to finding me a living kidney donor.

 

Our Furbabies

Meet our furbabies, Zeke, Izzie & Koko. My wife & I are huge animal lovers. As a matter of fact we call our home, Harrison Acres. We rescue & foster dogs in our area.  To date, we have fostered & found homes for over 50 dogs.  

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Click below to learn more about the benefits of being a living donor.

Click below to see frequently asked questions about being a living kidney donor.

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WHAT IS PKD?

POLYCYSTIC KIDNEY DISEASE

An inherited disorder which clusters of cysts develop in the kidneys. The cysts in PKD are non cancerous sacs containing water-like fluid. They can grow very large. Many people with this condition have kidney failure by age 60.

Treatment can help, but this condition can't be cured. PKD requires a medical diagnosis. Lab tests or imaging always required. Symptoms include high blood pressure, back or side pain, and a swollen abdomen.  

At the present time, both my kidneys weigh around 30 #'s, imagine each of your kidneys being the size of a football. Normal size of a kidney is about the size of your fist.

For more information visit www.pkdcure.org