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Marriage advocate Jordan needs kidney donor

Chicago community activist and designer Elvie "LV" Jordan is seeking a kidney donor. She is in a medical crisis situation.

A few months ago, she and her partner Challis Gibbs were among the first same-sex couples in Illinois to receive a marriage license, due to Gibbs' own health situation. Gibbs died a few weeks later, and soon after, Jordan became ill and now is in a desperate search for a kidney donor.

All medical costs for donor match testing and the full procedure will be fully covered by Jordan's medical insurance.

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Donors can contact Rush University Medical Center to see if they are a match. Contact coordinator Brittnay Hohoff, direct number: 312-947-4438 or email brittany_hohoff@rush.edu .

For details on how kidney transplants work, see: http:// www.rush.edu/rumc/page-1230579852739.html .

https:// www.facebook.com/Elvieneedsakidney .

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