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July 12, 2014 11:06 AM

Missouri man gets double organ life-saving transplant

Bill Kidd has been injecting insulin into his system four times a day since he was 23 years old – but no more. The 42-year-old Desert Storm veteran from Dexter is a recent recipient of not only a new pancreas, but also a kidney. The double transplant was performed at Iowa City University Hospital, which is affiliated with the Veterans Hospital in Iowa City.

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