13-year-old Kincaid Eaker is in desperate need of a kidney. He was born with a disorder called polycystic kidney disease. His mother, Audra was going to donate her kidney but 3 years ago she was shot and killed by her husband as the they were driving down highway 92 in Woodstock.
Kincaid lives with his grandparents now in Tennessee with his adopted sister. Time is running out. His kidneys are currently functioning at only 14 percent.
His doctor at Children’s Healthcare of Atlanta has told the family the 13-year-old needs a transplant and he’s been placed on the list to receive a donor.
"I tell you, God is good. He always makes a way when there is no way," says Elaine Touton, Kincaid's grandmother.
In order to qualify you'll need to have Type A or O blood type and be between the ages of 18 and 50.
A Go Fund Me page called, “Kincaid Needs a Kidney” has been created to help Kincaid’s family. Emory University Hospital is conducting the search for a kidney. Here is the donor webpage.
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