WABC 7: Sister Provides Bone Marrow to Cure Older Sister's Sickle Cell Anemia

June 4, 2015 03:11 PM

A.J. Ross reports: Elizabeth Adegboyega was cured of her life-long Sickle Cell Anemia by receiving a bone marrow transplant from her younger sister Esther. WABC 7 covers the story with interview from Dr. Jennifer Krajewski and the girls' mother, Tosin Adegboyega from Rahway, NJ.




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