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Laurie Hines

Laurie Hines

Director, Missouri Kidney Program

Stories with Laurie Hines

Post-Vaccination: 'I Still Have to Do My Part. I Still Have to Wear My Mask. This is Just the Beginning'

Post-Vaccination: 'I Still Have to Do My Part. I Still Have to Wear My Mask. This is Just the Beginning'

Laurie Hines and Ted Glasgow have been together for many years. Laurie is a living kidney donor and the director of the Missouri Kidney Program. Ted is an accomplished bodybuilder and an immunocompromised kidney transplant recipient, which makes COVID-19 an even larger threat.

They spoke about their decision to receive the coronavirus vaccine, and about how receiving their first doses has and hasn’t impacted their daily lives.

On Paired Kidney Donation: 'Good Health is Never Something I Thought I Could Share'

On Paired Kidney Donation: 'Good Health is Never Something I Thought I Could Share'

Laurie Hines is the director of the Missouri Kidney Program and a living kidney donor for her partner, Ted.

She spoke at an event hosted by KBIA and Missouri Health Talks at Café Berlin this past winter a little bit about how being involved with a paired kidney transplant has impacted her and her advocacy.

'You've Got to Find Those Things That You Find Enjoyable and Just Focus on Them'

'You've Got to Find Those Things That You Find Enjoyable and Just Focus on Them'

Laurie Hines and Ted Glasgow have been together for many years. Ted is an accomplished bodybuilder - a six-time Mr. Missouri – but a few years ago he experienced kidney failure.

Ted was on dialysis for several years, but now Laurie is a living kidney donor and the director of the Missouri Kidney Program, and Ted is two and a half years post-transplant.

They reflect on their experiences and give some advice for others facing dialysis and organ transplants.

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