In September 2017, Raisa walked to her Instagram page to let her nearly million followers know that , “I am beyond grateful that God would trust me with something that not only saved a life, but changed mine in the process. This was part of our story, and we will share it soon, but what is important now is that this is not the only story.”She continued, “For more information regarding Lupus, please go to the Lupus Research Alliance website: — Love you sis, so glad we’re on this journey together. ❤ xx”According to E-Online, Later that month, Raisa also decided to show her scars from the kidney transplant surgery on Instagram.
The actress shared a video of herself having a working out at the gym with a merry caption, “Happy to be back.”Raisa is such a brave young woman and what she did has changed truly the lives of many since she has shown the world that giving a kidney transplant to someone does not mean the end of the donor’s life – – and that she is making it clear.