In Colorado, 73-year-old Linda Woolley is considering taking legal action against the University of Colorado Hospital after doctors allegedly removed both of her healthy kidneys in May. Evidently, the doctors informed Woolley that they had to remove her kidneys because she likely had kidney cancer. However, the biopsy results from March 2018 revealed that there was “evidence of malignancy,” while biopsy results after the surgery showed “no evidence of carcinoma,” which means that there are no traces of cancer. As a result of losing both of her healthy kidneys, Woolley now has to undergo four-hour dialysis treatments three times a week to maintain her life, and requires at least one healthy kidney. Unfortunately, the waiting time for kidney transplants may go for as long as seven years. Naturally, Woolley is unhappy about the situation, saying that the dialysis treatments rob her of her life no matter how much she gets used to it.
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