When Jay Honeycutt needed a kidney to live, his wife, Terri, gave him one of hers. Her gift of love gave him a...New Lease on Life

Arana-Barradas, Louis A.
June 1999
Airman;Jun99, Vol. 43 Issue 6, p36
Reports on the kidney donated by Senior Airman Terri Honeycutt to her husband. Reasons for her donation; How she got the Air Force permission for the operation; Views of the couple on their ordeal.


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