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Young student Anna Tang receives kidney transplant, family gives thanks to the community

The family of Anna Tang wants to express their sincerest gratitude and thanks to all of the individuals, groups, and businesses in Prince Rupert who assisted them over the past year while Anna was ill.  - Contributed
The family of Anna Tang wants to express their sincerest gratitude and thanks to all of the individuals, groups, and businesses in Prince Rupert who assisted them over the past year while Anna was ill.
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The family of Anna Tang wants to express their sincerest gratitude and thanks to all of the individuals, groups, and businesses in Prince Rupert who assisted them over the past year while Anna was ill. Those working with the Tangs in Vancouver were also very impressed with all of the support and donations provided by our community during this difficult time. Happily, Anna received a kidney transplant this summer and the family is now back at home.

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