Cycle of life: Dialysis way of life for resident

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Treatment at 42 years, counting

By Jeff Bryan

Henrietta Terrell might not have a medical degree, but 68-year-old Dunnellon native can explain more about dialysis, kidney failure and transplants than most doctors.
That’s because for the better part of the past four decades, the mother of two has undergone dialysis treatments after her kidneys failed in 1973.
“I think I’ve experienced every form of dialysis they’ve ever had,” she jokingly said. “I’ve seen it all. I just stuck it out.”

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