One kidney, three bodies, in two weeks: World"s first "hand-me-down" kidney transplant saves father-of-five, 67, after brother"s…

One kidney, three bodies, in two weeks: World's first 'hand-me-down' kidney transplant saves father-of-five, 67, after brother's body rejects sister's organKidney donated by Cera Fearing, 21 to her brother Ray, 27After Ray's body rejected transplant, kidney was given to 67-year-old Erwin Gomez, a surgeon and father of fiveFirst documented double transplant of kidney on record | UPDATED: 08:09 GMT, 26 April 2012 Hand-me-downs work with unwanted or unsavory clothes, as they apparently do with organs.

The liver twins: Different ages, races and backgrounds but they have one thing in common – the transplanted organ they share

The liver twins: Different ages, races and backgrounds but they have one thing in common – the transplanted organ they share The two could not be more different – yet their unshakable bond is clear to see. Nine-year-old Maya Parmer sits on a sofa next to Linda Fraser, 59, and the pair giggle and hug, realising they have chosen matching cream-coloured tops and patterned bottoms to wear that day