A KZN teacher will give one of her kidneys to her 23-year-old son, who suffers from severe renal failure. Sharon Phelan stated her husband was diagnosed with chronic renal disease in January 2020, and doctors revealed that her son Sean had only 4% kidney function after only three months.
A KZN mom has offered up a kidney to save her son's life. In the year 2020, Shaun Phelan was diagnosed with chronic kidney failure. The procedure is scheduled for next month. One of the kidneys of a KwaZulu-Natal schoolteacher will be donated to her 23-year-old son, who suffers from chronic renal failure.
While once unacceptable discourses on family life are being unleashed in the realm of public opinion, traditional family-life styles remain tightly fettered in private, local family worlds. Phelan, Davidson, and Yu (1993, 1998) used the term world to refer to the highly localized cultural systems produced within the boundaries of particular family units and other social groupings. These systems are intentional worlds because they contain cultural prescriptions intended to configure inhabitants' sense of self,