Posted by: cherylyoung | September 19, 2015

A kidney for COEN WALLACE

All about Coen


Published: September 26, 2012 9:00 AM
Updated: September 26, 2012 9:31 AM

Looking at bright eyed, smiling Coen Wallace is like looking at any other two-year-old.

But the difference between Coen and any other little boy is that he has never lived a day in his short life without being hooked up to a machine.

Coen, who lives with his mother Tanis, father Chris and brother Layton in North Saanich, was born with kidneys that didn’t function.

“It was literally a few days after he was born that he was hooked up to dialysis,” explained Tanis. “He has never known what its like to live without being hooked up to machines or tubes, but he’s a trooper.”

Coen has been in and out of Children’s Hospital in Vancouver for the last two years and currently spends 12 hours, from the…

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