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April 25, 2014

Recipient and donor’s wife strike friendship

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LAUREL COUNTY, Ky. —

“I guess some people just aren’t ready to meet the family who donated the organs,” Traylor said. “But I’m glad Billie contacted me. I have a new friend.”

Now remarried, Traylor said the role of organ donors is even more real to her. In fact, she has registered to be an organ donor herself, as have many of her family members.

“We see the importance of it,” Traylor said. “It saves lives.”

 

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