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My name is Samantha Campbell. At the age of 15, my medical journey began when I was diagnosed with Lupus. Nine years later, I went to the ER for what I thought was a bad cold. Much to my shock, I was admitted and diagnosed with stage 4 renal failure, thus requiring urgent dialysis.

From that day forward, my life changed drastically. It was necessary to adjust my activity level and limit things I loved to do such as playing basketball, going to the gym, participating in different activities with my nieces and nephews, travelling, and counseling youth to change their lives. I felt completely drained after each dialysis treatment. Professionally, I had to cut back on work, which impacted my ability to maintain employment. I felt like people looked at me differently as dialysis was necessary for survival. Understandably, depression began to set in. My only hope for a healthy life was a kidney transplant.


June 10, 2017

Keep your face to the sunshine and the shadows will always fall behind you. <3

Darnell Lamont Walker

June 10, 2017

Love you sweetheart <3

Amy Terrell

June 10, 2017

So sorry your going through this.The almighty have you covered...amen

Irvenia scott

June 10, 2017

Hi Samantha! Miss seeing you at Davita Dialysis. First time I saw you I thought you was a nice person. Unfortunately I no longer come there do to a sad disability myself. But I hope

Tracey Thurston