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Good Morning America Covers Inspiring Organ Transplant Chain at Scripps

Unique paired kidney donation involves three young couples

Three California couples were covered by Good Morning America for their inspiring kidney transplant connection at Scripps.

(Left to right): Daniel Quintero, Itzel Diaz, Salvador Ponce, Sandra Ponce, Jessica Lugo and Miles Comptom.

Unique paired kidney donation involves three young couples

Good Morning America covered an inspiring story out of Scripps Green Hospital, where three people received live-saving kidney transplants in January. The unique procedures involved a series of paired kidney donations among three young California couples, performed in a single day. Randolph Schaffer, MD, transplant surgeon and director of the living organ donor program at Scripps, shared his insights with Good Morning America. Dr. Schaffer is also a Scripps Clinic physician.

View the Good Morning America article and video vignette: 3 couples donate kidneys to each other in miracle match

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