Every three days a Canadian dies waiting for a new kidney; in the US it's a person a day. Where do patients go to fill the gap? In Canada, Sandra Bore's kidneys are failing. She has been on a new kidney waiting list for five years. To survive, she's on dialysis four times each day. Meanwhile in India, Hema wants to sell her kidney to pay off family debts - but there's no guarantee she'll get paid, and losing a kidney will undermine her ability to work. Two different people. Two journeys.
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