How I had to eat white bread and 'snot' just to stay alive

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A Derbyshire woman has spoken of her shock after she was diagnosed with renal failure while at university, which led her to having two kidney transplants in ten years.

Jenna Jackson was diagnosed with the condition back in 2005, when she was a student at Sheffield Hallam University.

She was forced to drop out as a result, but within a few years she went on to gain qualifications and work in the hospitality and catering industry as a chef.

In 2006, the Chesterfield woman had a transplant which went well for nine years, giving her an almost-normal life, until the transplant

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