Griffith resident Blake Loudenber, pictured here in March 2012 when he was 8, continues to recover from surgery that gave him a new kidney.
Blake Loudenber, 8, hugs his grandmother Cindy Loudenber at their Griffith home. Blake was born with his kidneys failing and has been waiting for his second kidney transplant since he was 2.
Blake Loudenber, 8, of Griffith, undergoes 11 hours of dialysis every night while he sleeps.
Blake Loudenber's growth has been stunted from his need for a new kidney.
Blake Loudenber, 8, of Griffith, is in need of a kidney transplant. He had a transplant at age 2, but his body rejected it, leaving him on a donor list ever since.
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