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#217 - Yes  [+] (1 reply) 04/04/2015 on Fat Shaming Friday Comp 4 0
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#218 - legendaryhero (04/04/2015) [-]
Woah, that's something man..
#130 - There is like two other things that have to match up, but I lo…  [+] (3 replies) 04/04/2015 on Fat Shaming Friday Comp 4 0
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#131 - jokexplain (04/04/2015) [-]
You're correct but kidneys that have different blood types are not likely to pass any of the other tests without close familial relation
#134 - ookichinchindesu (04/04/2015) [-]
Except in cases of identical twins and some siblings, it is rare to get a six-antigen match between two people, especially if they are unrelated. The chance of a perfect or six-antigen match between two unrelated people is about one in 100,000. Kidneys are commonly transplanted between two people with no matching antigens without a rejection episode. In other cases where all six antigens matched, recipients have suffered from rejection. There is no way to predict who will experience a rejection episode. Living donors with a 6 antigen match do allow the opportunity for decreased immunosuppression.
#132 - ookichinchindesu (04/04/2015) [-]
Yes, that was part of my vague "two other things" comment, the chance of a stranger matching your antigens is very slim. But ya don't know if you don't check
#128 - Do you need a kidney? I'm O negative...doesn't mean it would …  [+] (8 replies) 04/04/2015 on Fat Shaming Friday Comp 4 +1
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#174 - legendaryhero (04/04/2015) [-]
..were you just offering your kidney to him?
#217 - ookichinchindesu (04/04/2015) [-]
Yes
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#218 - legendaryhero (04/04/2015) [-]
Woah, that's something man..
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#129 - jokexplain (04/04/2015) [-]
It'd have to be A+. Unfortunately organ transplants don't work like blood transfusions
#130 - ookichinchindesu (04/04/2015) [-]
There is like two other things that have to match up, but I looked this up for my friends dad, and I'm fairly certain, that O negative is an exception.
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#131 - jokexplain (04/04/2015) [-]
You're correct but kidneys that have different blood types are not likely to pass any of the other tests without close familial relation
#134 - ookichinchindesu (04/04/2015) [-]
Except in cases of identical twins and some siblings, it is rare to get a six-antigen match between two people, especially if they are unrelated. The chance of a perfect or six-antigen match between two unrelated people is about one in 100,000. Kidneys are commonly transplanted between two people with no matching antigens without a rejection episode. In other cases where all six antigens matched, recipients have suffered from rejection. There is no way to predict who will experience a rejection episode. Living donors with a 6 antigen match do allow the opportunity for decreased immunosuppression.
#132 - ookichinchindesu (04/04/2015) [-]
Yes, that was part of my vague "two other things" comment, the chance of a stranger matching your antigens is very slim. But ya don't know if you don't check

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