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Some of his friends thought that this was excessive. He knew, he says, that he could always make more money – although he’d give that away too.
He knew too that the donations were just a prelude to a more vital gift.
Still, he made “a small profit” and began buying, fixing and selling properties around the Penn campus in West Philadelphia.“He always lived in the worst apartment of his worst building,” Katz says.
He decided that he would donate a kidney when his round of philanthropy had ended.“I thought of it as a treat to myself,” he says.
“To give a kidney would be vastly satisfying” – a profoundly moral act that would save a life.
Some time ago, he read an article in the Wall Street Journal about kidney donations.
According to the National Kidney Foundation, 59,255 Americans are on the waiting list for a kidney donation; 3,641 died last year while they waited.