Chicago Sun-Times – The young shooting victim’s family decided after her death to donate her organs to patients in need. Now, recipients like Darvece Monson, the sister of Takiya’s aunt, are expressing gratitude amid the grief.
“I have an angel with me,” Monson said Sunday at University of Chicago Medical Center, a few days after receiving Takiya’s kidney.
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