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Leibowitz, 60, had been enduring dialysis for years while his kidneys failed.
The five-hour procedure of donating blood stem cells is similar to blood dialysis, where blood is removed through a needle in one arm and passed through a machine that sifts out the valuable blood-forming cells.
Lee Goggin had about 10 percent function from his kidneys and was on dialysis before the transplant.
Robert Leibowitz, a 60-year-old single father of five from New Jersey, was suffering from kidney failure, spending 12 hours a week on dialysis to prolong his life during a 7-year-long wait to receive a kidney, NBC News reports.
Debates over the cost of kidney dialysis and the rights of consumers to keep their information private are both addressed in likely ballot propositions.
Losing was a given for us, except for the occasional upset over the Giants or the Cowboys when their respective starting lines were on dialysis or stationed in war zones.
The teenager needed dialysis treatments for his failing kidneys.
After years on dialysis, my dad has finally gotten a match for a kidney donation.
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DIALYSIS Defined for English Language Learners
medical Definition of dialysis
dialyticplay \ˌdī-ə-ˈlit-ik\ adjective
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