ABC News: In 2013 Crystal Enns’ had a nose-bleed that was consecutive and left her parents super distressed. Later, the Doctor diagnosed the teen with a critical kidney disease called ‘juvenile nephronophthisis.’ that startled the entire family.
National Institute of Health states that the disease leads to “inflammation and scarring of the kidneys and ultimately leads to a life-threatening failure of kidney function.”
It was so critical that Crystal, who 14 at that time, was advised a transplant.
“I didn’t want to talk about it,” Crystal, now 17, told local station KTVT. “I didn’t want to think that that would have to happen.”
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