The Daytime Drama Dish: General Hospital Returns!

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The lead item in today's rundown of soap opera news involves a pair of returning General Hospital actresses...

  • Constance Towers is returning to General Hospital.
  • So is Emma Samms.
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    I just finished watching today's episode of General Hospital.
    I have watched this show from the many, many years ago, approximately the 1970? When it started after the show, "The Edge of Night". This is the only soap opera that I ever watch now. I did watch "Port Charles" also when it was on. Since young Dominic has been injured and has a bleeding kidney. They are now looking for a donated kidney. What I want to know (and it is not specific in the show). If this is only affecting the one kidney, take it out. He can live with only one kidney! I had my left kidney taken out from a serious infection over 50 years ago. We can live all the rest of our lives with just one if we do "things in moderation" as my kidney specialist said. Why is this not done for him?