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Monday, May 23, 2011

Law Prof's Daughter Needs a Kidney

Mitchell Rubinstein, editor of our Adjunct Law Prof Blog, asked me to cross-post this on TaxProf Blog:

Mitchell My 13 Year Old Daughter Needs A Kidney. Can You Help?

My 13 year old daughter (seen here in the blue with her 15 year old sister Mollie (in pink) with my wife Lisa) has a genetic Kidney disease and now needs a Kidney transplant.

In the process of being evaluated to be a donor, it was discovered that I have Kidney disease (polycystic Kidneys) and cannot donate. My wife's blood type does not match. Our other daughter is too young to donate.

Linda's blood type is "O." We are looking for a doner with "O" blood type. If your type "O," other blood tests need to be performed to see if your a match.   

If you think you can help out, please contact me at 

If your unable to be a donor, but know someone that might be, I would appreciate if you could pass this information along.

Linda's sister created a Facebook page entitled My Little Sister Needs A Kidney which provides additional information about Linda.

Thank you very much for caring.

Mitchell Rubinstein

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