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Three Alabama Law Students Donate Kidneys

Mamani The Smiths

Alabama Law 3Ls Angelica Mamani, Katrina Smith, and Ryne Smith each donated a kidney to save the lives of three people they previously didn’t know. Each year across the nation only 200 of all kidney donations come from people who do not know the recipient. We are honored to have three of those 200 walking our halls. To read more about these students’ journeys, visit the links below:

 

CBS 42- 3 University of Alabama law students donate kidneys to save lives

https://www.cbs42.com/news/local/3-university-of-alabama-law-students-donate-kidneys-to-save-lives/

 

News 19 Huntsville- 3 University of Alabama law students donate kidneys to save live

https://whnt.com/news/3-university-of-alabama-law-students-donate-their-kidneys/

 

WBRC Fox6- University of Alabama law students donate kidneys

https://www.wbrc.com/2021/12/09/university-alabama-law-students-donate-kidneys/

 

ABC 33/40- Three UA Law Students Donate Kidneys to Strangers

https://abc3340.com/news/local/three-ua-law-students-donate-kidneys-to-strangers

 

Tuscaloosa News- University Of Alabama law students donate kidneys

https://www.tuscaloosanews.com/story/news/2021/12/09/university-alabama-law-school-students-donate-kidneys/6435080001/

 

UA News-A Chain Reaction: Three UA Law Students Donate Kidneys

https://news.ua.edu/2021/12/a-chain-reaction-three-ua-law-students-donate-kidneys/

WSFA 12 News MontgomeryUniversity Of Alabama law students donate kidneys

https://www.wsfa.com/2021/12/10/university-alabama-law-students-donate-kidneys/


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