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Amari Jefferson was sent to Piedmont Orthopedic Complex, which then referred him to his primary care doctor. His doctor ran blood tests to try to diagnose the issue. At 10 that night, Jefferson got a phone call. He needed to rush to the emergency room, where he got the news that his kidneys were failing.

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