America Strong: Sometimes the best medicine is love

Two-year-old Gisele Smith glows with happiness and joy after Liz Smith, a nurse at the Franciscan Children's Hospital in Boston, takes her in as a foster daughter.
1:45 | 04/07/19

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Finally tonight an incredible story that took place in the hallways of a hospital proof that sometimes the best medicine is locked. Two year old both Smith just gloom with happiness and joy and she should she now lives in a world full law. Far from the world she was born into Wayne less than two pounds she needed a feeding tube and special care. She was in the custody of the state her birth parents apparently unable to care for her. And for five months not a single person visited this baby in the hospital. Then a chance encountered changed everything. They're little girl ruler. Rob Craig brown and I knew at that you're a little ain't all an act out I want the moment where. And been. That's Liz Smith the director of nursing at Franciscan Children's Hospital in Boston. Let's have been trying unsuccessfully to start a family of her own. Labrador and a mother blood at low. Liz knew this could be the second chance at a family that she and Gisele both needed. So she took in the baby as her Foster daughter knowing it might not be for our. That would heart there's a lot of unknown when they get no it there every ounce gloves. I had to get her. Would that Liz got the news that Sheehan Gisele had been waiting for her adoption. Finalized. Liz getting to hear the one word she always hoped for. Eight me not matter. Oh I. Looking up. Mama's right and we think to sell Liz for sharing their story. We thank you for watching due may first thing in the morning David mirrors right back here tomorrow night I'm Tom Galveston York have a great.

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