Little Jade Levin was only three years old. It was a normal morning and the little girl was standing in front of the TV, watching cartoons, when suddenly, she collapsed. Her parents took her over to London’s Great Ormond Street Hospital, where she underwent a battery of tests that lasted well into the next day.
Her parents soon learned the terrible news: Jade had been diagnosed with a degenerative kidney disease. It was hereditary, would be painful to experience and witness, and perhaps saddest of all, would result in Jade’s lifetime being shortened to four or five years at most. After that, her kidneys would shut down for good…