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    Luke had his kidney pancreas transplant almost two months ago and I'm feeling the need to write the donor family a letter sometime in the next couple of months. I don't even know where to start, he would write it but is not much for words. I'm all about words LOL. Anyone have any advice for me on how to start this? How do you thank someone for something that means more to you than almost anything else in the world? HEALTH!! Thanks!

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    Re: Writing donor family a thank you letter

    Hi Megan, It is a wonderful gesture for you to thank the donor family. Even though words cannot express your feelings, your effort to do so will mean everything to them. You have always showed your loving and caring self to us on the forum. I'm sure you will do the same in a letter to your donor family.

    I hope your hubby is coming along well.

    Take care, Toni
    May you always have Love to share, Health to spare, and Friends that care


    Acute Kidney Function Loss 12/07 - GFR 39
    Current GFR 46 - Stage 3 - Controlled HBP

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