Teen With Cerebral Palsy Reunited With Sister After Surgery

India and Marion Brainard spent 57 days apart while India was hospitalized in Boston.
0:48 | 04/08/14

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There's nothing like family and some say there's no bond stronger than between two sisters. Fifteen year old India -- -- has terrible palsy and is partially paralyzed. She needed to be flown from her home in New Mexico all the way to Boston to undergo a double -- transplant and surgery on one leg. India was supposed to be back home and about three weeks but her recovery didn't go as well as expected and she ended up spending 57 days away. So what -- homecoming it was when -- was finally reunited with their best friend. Her thirteen year old sister -- according to their parents -- sisters are extremely close with -- always there to help India. And now they're together again.

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