Not long after his first Olympics in London in 2012, gold medalist Aries Merritt found out that due to kidney functions that were under 15 percent, he was expected to never run again. “At the rate in which my body declined from the kidney failure, I didn’t know I had kidney failure until it got to its worst stage because I was in such great shape,” the track and field athlete told NBC Chicago. “I had no idea what dialysis was. I heard of people being on dialysis and I was like ‘Oh, it’s just a little procedure,’ but dialysis is a ... Read More
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