By Remington Whitcomb / The Post-Journal
While some may claim we live in a dog-eat-dog world, it’s important to never underestimate the kindness of strangers.
Mitch Stone had lived his entire adult life knowing that slowly but surely, his fuse was burning.
“I’ve known for about 30 years I’ve had (polycystic kidney disease),” said Stone. “It’s a hereditary disease and within the last two years, my kidney functions have gone downhill. About a month before my transplant it was down below 7 percent.” READ MORE>>