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Woman who handles scheduling, scheduled herself to donate kidney to co-worker

CHESTERTON, Ind. - Jason Reyes will never forget the last time he ate shrimp, he said.

It was a few weeks ago, following a Dec. 27 kidney transplant, when he ordered some shrimp with cocktail sauce and experienced some significant stomach pain, he said. It was possibly worse pain than the surgery itself, and definitely more depressing, he said.

Doctors warned him he would discover very quickly that his diet was going to change whether he liked it or not. But even if he never gets to

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