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'We Needed to Get Public Health, Evidence-Based Programs Inside the Black Church'

'We Needed to Get Public Health, Evidence-Based Programs Inside the Black Church'

Verna Laboy and Annabelle Simmons both work with Live Well By Faith, a community health program that targets chronic disease among African Americans in Boone County.

'I Spent Two Years, Four Months and 13 Days on Dialysis, and Your Priorities Change'

'I Spent Two Years, Four Months and 13 Days on Dialysis, and Your Priorities Change'

JT Thomas is a senior at the University of Missouri and is studying biology and business. We met at an event called “The Art of the Scar” that was hosted by the Missouri Kidney Program in September.

'He Can't Ask for a Pen, It's Really Hard to Ask for a Kidney'

'He Can't Ask for a Pen, It's Really Hard to Ask for a Kidney'

Bob and Susan Winkelmann and their family friend Anne Fitzsimmons live here in Columbia. These three have been friends for a long time – they’ve worked together and raised their kids in the neighborhood that they share. We met at an event hosted by the Missouri Kidney Program in September.

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