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Hemo for Night-Owls: What One Person Discovered Two Transplants and 34 Years Post Diagnosis

Diana Headlee-Bell

Posted August 19, 2008

A kidney patient since she was 11, Diana Headlee-Bell has had two transplants and, since her second kidney transplant rejected, has been in in-center nocturnal hemodialysis 3 nights a week for 9 years. Why she likes it and how she manages it are two of the many questions Stephen and Lori ask. This alternative therapy modality can have many benefits. Listen to the show to find out what they are and –above all– discover another hemodialysis modality! 

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Stephen FurstStephen Furst got his big break into movies in "Animal House," in which he played Flounder. Stephen has also starred as Dr. Elliot Axelrod in "St. Elsewhere" and as Vir Cotto in "Babylon5." He is a successful television and movie producer/director and a kidney patient.

 

Lori HartwellLori Hartwell is the author of Chronically Happy - Joyful Living in Spite of Chronic Illness, and President/Founder of Renal Support Network. A kidney patient since the age of two, she has consistently strived to instill hope into the lives of people who live with chronic kidney disease. 

 

 

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