Rishi Nair, 5, gets a ride on his mother Mary Lyn Nair at their home in Birch Bay Friday, May 5, 2006. Mary Lyn donated a kidney to her son, Rishi. The kidney was removed from Mary Lyn Nair at University of Washington Medical Wednesday, May 10, 2006 and transplanted into Rishi at Children's Hospital in Seattle a few miles away.
Rishi Nair, 5, gets a ride on his mother Mary Lyn Nair at their home in Birch Bay Friday, May 5, 2006. Mary Lyn donated a kidney to her son, Rishi. The kidney was removed from Mary Lyn Nair at University of Washington Medical Wednesday, May 10, 2006 and transplanted into Rishi at Children's Hospital in Seattle a few miles away. THE BELLINGHAM HERALD
Rishi Nair, 5, gets a ride on his mother Mary Lyn Nair at their home in Birch Bay Friday, May 5, 2006. Mary Lyn donated a kidney to her son, Rishi. The kidney was removed from Mary Lyn Nair at University of Washington Medical Wednesday, May 10, 2006 and transplanted into Rishi at Children's Hospital in Seattle a few miles away. THE BELLINGHAM HERALD

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