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Organ transplantation: a “cry of alarm” for doctors and patients

“Dialysis is the threshold of death…” Already two and a half years, twenty-seven years ago, Pierre Roblin’s daily life was marked by long hours connected to a large machine. Since then, the fifty-year-old resident of Clermont-Ferrand (Puy de Dome) has benefited from a kidney transplant. But he gets more and more tired. His wife agreed to give him a new one, and Pierre Roblin took steps to get it back. But he has no idea when this will become possible.

“Late last year I asked CHU (university hospital center) where was my file. They told me that they don’t have a lock-in date at the moment and that we might have to go through a dialysis phase,” he worries. Fatigue, frequent cough, very low immunity… “One thing is for sure: I won’t be able to hold out like this until the end of the year…” slips Pierre Roblen.

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Source: Le Parisien

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