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A woman has received a kidney transplant from a former convict after a desperate appeal in a local newspaper.
Sally-Ann Grainger, 34, featured in an article asking for a donor to come forward in January.
She went into renal failure after taking medication following a double lung transplant in 2009.
Ms Grainger had to have dialysis treatment three times a week and described herself as barely existing .
Even though she was a complete stranger, 33-year-old Wesley Joyce, who spent time in jail for assault, donated his kidney in order to make a new start .
He was one of 10 people to come forward, but the only one who was a tissue and blood match.
This was the perfect opportunity for me to give something back, as long as I matched, Mr Joyce told Sky News.
It wasn t good enough that I said I d do it, I needed to actually do this.
I said to Sally s daughter that I thank her mum for giving me the opportunity to do this.
Ms Grainger said her donor had become a close friend after giving her a future and the opportunity to see her two daughters grow up.
I put an appeal out because I wanted to be able to spend as much time as possible with my girls while I m healthy, and live longer than six years, hopefully, she said.
I felt sick, overjoyed, overwhelmed - I can t pick out one word that describes my gratitude and thanks for what he s done for me. It s just amazing.
The kidney transplant took place on Friday at the Queen Elizabeth Hospital in Birmingham.
The operation appears to have been a success and both patients are now trying to encourage more people to sign up to the organ donor register .
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