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Miracles of Life (Genetic Screening) #877130

ABC Evening News for Tuesday, Nov 06, 2007
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(Studio: Charles Gibson) The amazing story about how one family's second child saved the life of the first introduced.

(Florida: John Donvan) The story of Elizabeth Hartmann† and her baby brother Michael, who rescued her from death via stem cells to cure his sister's anemia, presented; scenes shown of the Hartmann family; details given about the pre-implantation genetic diagnosis engineering of embryos behind the selection of the second child. [Parent John HARTMANN†- talks about gathering the blood and using ethical measures to save a life.] [University of Minnesota bone marrow transplantation Dr. John WAGNER†- talks about the medical procedure to change the course.]

Gibson, Charles;
Donvan, John

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