Steve Whyte, left, donated his kidney to longtime friend Bob Averitt and presented him with a certificate of adoption for the kidney, which has been nicknamed Fred, at the Averitts' home.
Steve Whyte, left, donated his kidney to longtime friend Bob Averitt and presented him with a certificate of adoption for the kidney, which has been nicknamed Fred, at the Averitts' home. Herald-Leader
Steve Whyte, left, donated his kidney to longtime friend Bob Averitt and presented him with a certificate of adoption for the kidney, which has been nicknamed Fred, at the Averitts' home. Herald-Leader

Lexington man receives life-saving kidney from longtime friend

April 04, 2015 7:06 PM

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