'He's giving me my life back': London teacher praises 'fantastic' husband who offered her one of his kidneys

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A London teacher said she now understands the meaning of "in sickness and in health" after her husband selflessly agreed to donate one of his kidneys to her. ▶ Full story on standard.co.uk
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