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As second twin awaits kidney donor, rural Washington family can only wait
As second twin awaits kidney donor, rural Washington family can only wait

When Emily Golladay was told her young daughter needed a kidney transplant, the first thing she thought was, "At least it's not cancer." The second was, "This is fixable." And she was right. Golladay was the first person doctors tested to see whether she could donate a kidney to Laynee Schneider, her ailing 8-year-old. It was a perfect match. Seven years have passed, and now, Laynee's twin sister, Kammie, is the one with the bad news. Kammie's kidneys are failing too, irreparably damaged by the same ailment. But this time, all her mother can do is pray. "I have to watch her go through the same thing Laynee went through, and I can't help...

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