In June of 2013, Heather Cote, 27, from Maine, was hospitalized because her kidney's were failing. She was later diagnosed with two auto-immune disease's called ANCA Vasculitis and Anti-GBM (Good Pasture's). Both of these auto-immune disease's specifically attacked her kidney's.
Heather was discharged from the hospital and has since undergone many different treatments including Plasmapheresis, Dialysis, and a complex drug regimen to treat her disease's.
Currently Heather is in Stage V Renal Failure, which means that she will need a kidney transplant. Heather is also dealing with many other health issues due to her kidney failure which makes it very difficult for her on a daily basis.
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