Since November 2013, Dante Sipp, now 21, has hooked himself up to a life-saving dialysis machine for nine hours nightly to filter toxins out...

Since November 2013, Dante Sipp, now 21, has hooked himself up to a life-saving dialysis machine for nine hours nightly to filter toxins out of his body.

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