In the article wasin published in the Asbury Park Press on April 14, 2010. Nina Rizzo explains how a daughter, Elizabeth Lane, donated a kidney to her father, Lewis W. Kisenwether Jr, because the New Jersey waiting list for a kidney donation was five to seven years. Many family members were tested, such as his sister, wife, three children, and son in law, hoping that at least one person would be a close match. The father felt bad about taking his daughter's kidneys but he greatly appreciated it. Lane clearly explained that it was a no brainer, she had t do this for her father.
I think that it was really great that the daugter donated one of her kidneys to save her father's life. I would do that for one of my relatives if I was the best match as well. I decided to read the comments that was one the article and it suprised me that I saw that a person commented that they wouldn't do that for her family. There would be no doubt in my mind that I would do it if it meant that I could save a person's life and it's even better that it could be my own family.