FLORHAM PARK – In 1998, Charlie Greenstein embarked on a health journey that led to a diagnosis of Gout. Despite consulting numerous doctors over the years, the mystery of why he developed gout at such a young age remained unsolved, but it seemed to be the prevailing suspicion.
About a decade ago, Charlie received a referral to see nephrologist Dr. Neil Lyman, who finally provided the correct diagnosis: a rare juvenile kidney disease resulting from a genetic mutation. Today, at the age of 41, Charlie needs a kidney transplant.
For those who may not be familiar with Charlie, he is not only a loving husband to his remarkable wife, Gina, but also a devoted father to his son, Dominic. Professionally, Charlie has served as a police officer with the Florham Park Police Department since 2006. He also holds the position of New Jersey State Delegate for Florham Park P.B.A. Local 78 and has been a dedicated member of the Police Unity Tour Motor Unit, Chapter 1, since 2011.
If you are interested in becoming a kidney donor for Charlie, please visit the following website and complete the necessary steps to determine if you are a suitable match: https://cbmclivingdonor.org/. You will need the following information for the registration process: Charles Greenstein, born on October 10, 1982.