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Moving On

Amputee soccer player Bree McMahon helps a Boston bomb victim see the good the future holds.
06:35 | 04/27/2013

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Moving on moving forward how was it possible -- -- woken up at a hospital bed to a doctor telling you that one of your lay eggs is now gone. Deborah Roberts found out but also discovered a secret... See More
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