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He gets a kidney transplant after seven years of waiting


Roy Dahl got the long-awaited call on March 27.

I’m so grateful, he said. It breathes life back into life.

According to Dahl, his surgery went as planned: There were no signs of infection.

However, he must take 22 pills every morning to prevent organ rejection. This number will go down over time, says Roy Dahl, but he will still have to take some essential drugs the rest of his life.

The journalist, who hosts a morning show on radio station CKLB, is also grateful for the financial support he has received from all sides. He cites in particular the plane trip that the territorial deputy Richard Edjericon paid for so that his wife could join him in the hospital on the day of his operation.

From now on, Roy Dahl no longer needs to be treated by dialysis and according to him, the kidney donor and his family wish to maintain their anonymity.

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Based on information from Joanne Stassen

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