A Wisconsin family can call their daughter’s preschool teacher a lifesaver after she agreed to donate her kidney to their ailing youngster. When Dena Carreyn’s 4-year-old daughter Lyla fell ill last October with a rare autoimmune disease that causes kidney failure, she launched a nationwide search for a transplant match. Things were looking desperate when Lyla’s teacher Beth Battista told Carreyn last month that she would be donating a kidney to Lyla. “Words cannot express the depth of my gratitude,” said Carreyn. “How do you thank someone for saving your child’s life?” The Week magazine
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