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Andy Graham is a 52 year-old hardworking individual whose life was thrown into chaos when he was diagnosed with end-stage-renal disease. Andy’s diagnosis was a huge shock to him, as he did not exhibit any signs associated with kidney failure. In 2013, during a routine physical exam, Andy’s blood work showed that he was in acute renal failure and he was immediately directed to the hospital. It turned out that Andy’s condition is due to an unknown autoimmune disease, and his life has been very difficult since his diagnosis. Andy needs dialysis three days per week in order to sustain his life. Working at his full-time job as manager in the auto industry has proven very difficult for Andy. Activities that require physical effort, including climbing the stairs and even walking, can be extremely difficult for him, as well. Without a lifesaving kidney transplant, Andy’s quality of life will continue to decline, and eventually his time will run out. He desperately needs your help.

Andy is hoping for the gift of life through a living kidney donor, so he can once again enjoy an active and healthy lifestyle, as soon as possible. If you or a friend is interested in this heroic act, please send an email to [email protected] and you will be contacted with the next steps.

Updates (3)

December 22, 2015

The Graham family wishes to express their sincere gratitude for the many people who have assisted with our son Andy’s kidney transplant fundraising events.

Read the rest of Mary Lou Graham’s Letter to the Editor:

December 18, 2015

Learn about Andy and Bill Sr.’s transplant journey:

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September 1, 2015

Praying for your improved health and strength daily. God bless you. Friendship Force of Greater Harrisburg

Karen and Santiago Marrero

August 18, 2015

Andy, so sorry you are going through all this. We are all praying and pulling for you. Lots of love always,

Jeanne & Rob

July 22, 2015

Dear Andy, we wish you all the best, lots of strength and quite a bit of luck Sabine and Joe from Cologne, Germany

joe and sabine paech

July 13, 2015

Andy: Wishing you all the best for your surgery and recovery. i know its been a long tough haul for you.

Mike Dobbs