Ohio teacher pledges to donate kidney to ill student

03/18/2013 | WLWT-TV (Cincinnati)

An elementary-school teacher in Mansfield, Ohio, will donate one of her kidneys to a student whose lone kidney is failing because of a genetic disorder. "I'm going to go through a major surgery, but you know, it's only going to be a few weeks of my life. But to this little girl, it is her whole life," teacher Wendy Killian said of her student, 8-year-old Nicole Miller.

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