Danbury Man Receives Third Life-Saving Kidney Transplant

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DANBURY, Conn. -- A 22-year-old Danbury man recently received his third kidney transplant, receiving the life-saving organ from a donor in Maine, according to WSFB-TV.

Ryan DaSilva received a kidney from his mother at age 3 and another from his brother in 2004. His father wanted to donate his kidney in the latest operation but was not a match, according to the article.

DaSilva's father was reportedly a match for someone in Ohio, however, leading to a chain of donations that eventually brought a kidney back to the Danbury native.

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I want to be a living donor and I search for organ transplant recipient who is ready to pay well. I am ready to give one of my kidneys or part of my liver, but I want to receive a big compensation for that. I am 34 years old man. My blood is O+ and I have a good health. I don't smoke cigarettes and don't drink alcohol.
Contact me if you need kidney or liver transplant. If you don't need it, but you know somebody who need it, could you please send my message to this person or keep it. I understand it is not normal to ask money for organ donation, so it will be confidential between us. I am ready to make any tests to prove my health. I will listen the offer and conditions of recipient. This is not a joke and I am not an organ broker or kind of that. I do it myself and I will do it.