Trans­plant re­cip­i­ent look­ing to re­turn

The Peterborough Examiner - - LOCAL -

Ken Sharp, who un­der­went his sec­ond kid­ney trans­plant in Au­gust, is now look­ing for a place to live in Peter­bor­ough. Sharp, 63, had his first kid­ney trans­plant at the age of 20 and then was on kid­ney dial­y­sis for 42 years, be­com­ing Canada’s long­est liv­ing kid­ney dial­y­sis pa­tient. The for­mer long­time Peter­bor­ough res­i­dent had been liv­ing in Port Hope for the past few years be­fore he had the sec­ond kid­ney trans­plant at the Toronto Gen­eral Hos­pi­tal. He con­tin­ues to re­cover at Bridge­point Ac­tive Health­care in Toronto but will be re­leased soon, no longer need­ing dial­y­sis. He wants to re­turn to live in Peter­bor­ough where his friends are and is look­ing to rent a room. Any­one who can rent a place to him can con­tact him at ken­neth­lar­[email protected]

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