Ex-Bills player Jones to talk kidney illness

Buffalo News

Donald Jones played three seasons with the Buffalo Bills. (James P. McCoy/Buffalo News file photo)

By Staff

Published Mon, Mar 13, 2017

Former Buffalo Bills receiver Donald Jones will discuss his personal challenges with kidney disease on the Millennium Health Matters radio show at 1:30 p.m. Monday on WUFO-FM, Mix 1080.

Jones, who returned to Buffalo in August as co-host of “The John Murphy Show” on WGR-AM 550, played three seasons for the Bills. He has battled kidney health problems his entire life, and will talk about what ultimately led to his retirement from football, as well as a subsequent kidney transplant and his current efforts to serve as a kidney health advocate

He also will talk about his book, “The Next Quarter: Scoring Against Kidney Disease,” available on Amazon.com. Rita Hubbard-Robinson is the show’s host.

 

DONALD JONES ON MILLENNIUM HEALTH MATTERS

To view Donald Jones’ radio interview with Rita Hubbard Robinson which aired March 13, 2017 on Millennium Health Matters, please click on the following:

VIDEO INTERVIEW – PART 1

VIDEO INTERVIEW – PART 2

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