Chicago Police Officer Donates Kidney To Her Cop Sister: A 'No-Brainer'

Jim Gudas
July 30, 2020 - 6:41 pm
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Chicago police officers Joanne Lukasik Millan, left, and her sister, kidney donor Margaret Coleman. (WBBM Newsradio/Jim Gudas)

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CHICAGO (WBBM NEWSRADIO) -- One Chicago Police Department officer saved the life of her sister, also a CPD officer, by donating one of her kidneys.

Officer Joanne Lukasik Millan had a genetic kidney condition, and doctors worried she wouldn't get a traditional transplant in time to save her life.

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That's when Officer Margaret Coleman offered to donate one of her kidneys to her sister.

Coleman called the decision to help her little sister a "no brainer."

The kidney was transplanted in late May and their doctor says both sisters are doing very well.

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