I wanted to write today about a cause that is very important to me: Batting for Brad.
Brad McTigue is my college roommate who has poly cystic kidney disease. He went on dialysis about 15 months ago. He is a math teacher and his wife is an art teacher. He is on the transplant list.
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About two months ago he got the call to come get a kidney transplant and all seemed to be looking up. He had the procedure done and then just a couple hours after the transplant they had to go back and take it out due to a blood clot in the kidney.
Then he had some complications with the veins in his leg after the surgery and had to have another procedure done to correct that. Needless to say he has had a rough go for some time. He has a great attitude and is still hopeful for a kidney.
He loves sports and referees or umpires several sports but that is mostly on hold right now because he doesn’t have the strength to do it.
Please visit the Batting for Brad website to donate, learn more and raise awareness for the kidney foundation!
Thanks for your support,
Dr. Adam Davis[/fusion_builder_column][/fusion_builder_row][/fusion_builder_container]