'Under 12' Organ Transplant Rule Up for Review

Cystic fibrosis patient Sarah Murnaghan's case prompted the temporary tweak to the organ transplant policy.
3:00 | 03/26/14

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Young Sarah -- hands fight for -- lung transplant the battle her family's that would help all the children kept from joining the adult waiting list has saved precisely one and that person is Sarah -- hand. The ten year old got a pass on the so called under twelve rule. After a June 11 vote by the organ procurement and transplantation network made certain exemptions legal. Since the change only five children have met that standard but three of them received pediatric lungs. Another from an adolescent leaving just one other case and -- -- network won't name names. The murder hand families says Sara received a double transplant of adult lungs. Over the summer.

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