Season Two

“One Is Enough” is a podcast brought to you by the National Kidney Registry. Hosted by two individuals closely tied to the world of kidney donation—one a living donor and the other a grateful recipient—this podcast serves as your ultimate guide to the complex landscape of living kidney donation in the U.S.


Episode 4: February 14, 2024

Naked Truths on Living Donation with Dr. Anthony Watkins: Join host Michael Lollo as he interviews transplant surgeon Dr. Anthony Watkins and the two discuss Dr. Watkins’ journey to become a nationally recognized surgeon and how the APOL1 gene impacts the African American community of donors and recipients.


Episode 3: January 31, 2024

Navigating Parenthood Post-Transplant with Dr. Nicole Ali: Can kidney transplant recipients have children? For years, female kidney transplant recipients were strongly discouraged from becoming pregnant. With recent medical advances, that has changed, and under the right conditions, kidney transplant recipients can have normal, full-term pregnancies. Join transplant recipient Samantha Hil, co-host Michael Lollo, and special guest Dr. Nicole Ali, medical director of kidney and pancreas transplantation at NYU, as they discuss fertility, transplantation, and the medical advancements that have significantly improved the outlook for transplant recipients in their family planning journeys.


Episode 2: January 4, 2024

A Crash Course in Altruism with Neuroscientist Abigail Marsh, Part 2: As a young adult early in her collegiate career, Abigail Marsh experienced life-altering altruism firsthand. That interaction sparked the question that has fueled much of her research ever since, “why would a stranger risk their life for me like that?” In this episode, host and kidney donor Michael Lollo speaks with world-renowned neuroscientist, psychologist, and professor Abigail Marsh to discuss different types of altruism and dive into the connection between altruism and living kidney donation.


Episode 1: January 4, 2024

A Crash Course in Altruism with Neuroscientist Abigail Marsh, Part 1: As a young adult early in her collegiate career, Abigail Marsh experienced life-altering altruism firsthand. That interaction sparked the question that has fueled much of her research ever since, “why would a stranger risk their life for me like that?” In this episode, host and kidney donor Michael Lollo speaks with world-renowned neuroscientist, psychologist, and professor Abigail Marsh to discuss different types of altruism and dive into the connection between altruism and living kidney donation.


Upcoming Episodes & Guests

  • Georgia State Senator John Albers & Will Albers
  • Dr. Matt Cooper, NKR Surgical Director
  • Dr. Robert Montgomery, NKR Medical Board Member

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