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  • Kidney failure doesn't stop wedding for patient at Duke University Hospital

    Heidi Fisk has been ill for 6 years with kidney failure due to a condition called IgA nephropathy. She has twice planned a September wedding to Jerremie Duncan, her boyfriend of 7 years, only to be hospitalized from complications of her condition. Having been in the hospital for almost a year, nurses on her floor decided to volunteer time, money and supplies to make the Danville, Va woman's dream come true.

Kidney failure doesn't stop wedding for patient at Duke University Hospital

Heidi Fisk has been ill for 6 years with kidney failure due to a condition called IgA nephropathy. She has twice planned a September wedding to Jerremie Duncan, her boyfriend of 7 years, only to be hospitalized from complications of her condition. Having been in the hospital for almost a year, nurses on her floor decided to volunteer time, money and supplies to make the Danville, Va woman's dream come true.
Chuck Liddy cliddy@newsobserver.com