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Recently, in Mumbai, a Hindu family from Bihar and a Muslim family from Thane came together to save the lives of their loved ones.
Two women donated kidneys to each other’s husband and the transplant happened on March 14. Thane’s Nadeem and Bihar’s Ramswarth Yadav came to the same nephrologist around the same time. Both Nadeem and Ramswarth needed a kidney transplant and their respective wives not a match for them.
Meanwhile, Dr. Hemal Shah, head of Nephrology, found out that Ramswarth’s blood group matched with Nazreen’s (Nadeem’s wife), while Nadeem’s matched with Satyadevi’s (Ramswarth’s wife).
After a long discussion for one month, both of them agreed to it. “Despite dialysis, my father led a painful life for the past two years. The only way out was a transplant. And in matters of life and death, religion doesn’t matter,” Ramswarth’s son Sanjay told TOI.
“They would discuss their fears and even find solutions to procedural obstructions together,” Sanjay was quoted as saying.