After harassing the transplant co-ordinator for the last 24 hours to get Murray's kidney function results from Tuesday I finally have the numbers!
His GFR is 126 (that's good by the way). Mine was 111, Ashlea's is barely 8. As I understand it, your GFR is a measure of your kidney function. You are considered to have healthy kidneys if your GFR is over 90 and you have no protein in your urine.
So, he has healthy kidney function. Also his kidneys looked normal on the scan and they share the load quite evenly (the right does 52% of the work and the left 48%).
I know we can't jump the gun and it is still up to the kidney specialist to make the final decision, but at least he is in with a chance.
Now after news like that I'm finally starting to get into the Christmas spirit!