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Kidney donation

Reserve Master Sgt. Stephanie Kimbrell, logistics plans craftsman with the 315th Logistics Readiness Squadron, stands with David Harvill, public health specialist 628th Medical Group pose for a photo at Joint Base Charleston S.C. They were complete strangers a few months ago, but now they consider each other family after Kimbrell donated one of her kidneys to Harvill who had stage 5 kidney disease. They both said they want others tobe inspired by their story and consider donating an organ to save somebody's life -- whether they are family, friends or a stranger. (U.S. Air Force Reserve photo by Michael Dukes)

PHOTO BY: Michael Dukes
VIRIN: 140324-F-AM806-003.JPG
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