Twin Cities Musician Finds New Life - and a Kidney - Through Social Networking

City Pages (Twin Cities) | December 9, 2009
When Chris Strouth found out he had kidney disease, he named his sickness Harold. It was a way to deal with something that might kill him, and the name was a lot easier to remember than IGA Nephropathy. When Harold overstayed his welcome, Strouth turned to Twitter.

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