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My husband, Chris Comer, has taken care of himself and those closest to him his entire life, he has been capable of providing what he needed and supported himself over the years working as an independent contractor. But today he needs your help and I am asking for it on his behalf.

Chris was diagnosed with Type 1 diabetes when he was young and with that comes a multitude of health issues and complications, including the possibility of kidney failure. Seven years ago, Chris learned that he was suffering from kidney failure. His sister, Kim, lovingly donated one of her kidneys to him. All was well for a while, but Chris has recently learned that the donated kidney has failed. Usually a familial living organ donation should last for close to 15 years; unfortunately, we are only at year seven. Although unlikely, sometimes this can happen as the body reacts in mysterious ways. All our doctors have told us that while this is unusual it can happen, and no one could have foreseen this outcome or made this prediction.
Over the course of those past seven years Chris worked hard, fell in love, got married and started to build a life in South Carolina. But now all of that is in jeopardy because the kidney transplant has failed. Due to the transplant failure Chris needs dialysis daily and is unable to continue as an independent contractor.

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November 30, 2012

Chris and Kim we love you guys so much and are so happy for this operation <3 Love, Bud, Brit, Lynn, Rocky & Shadow <3 <3 <3

Bud, Brit, Lynn, Rocky & Shadow