Babysitter Saves Infant’s Life By Donating Part Of Her Liver

Nanny Donates Part Of Her Liver To Save The Baby She Cares For 

A 22-year-old nanny in New Jersey has established such a bond with the family she works for that she’s donating part of her liver to save the family’s 18-month-old daughter. Kiersten Miles met the family in June and agreed to be a summer babysitter for their three children. After just three weeks, Kiersten learned that their youngest child – Talia – had a condition that put her at risk of dying without a liver transplant. Kiersten immediately decided to find out whether she was a match for the baby. Last month, she underwent an operation to save Talia's life, donating part of her liver. Kiersten said being in the hospital for a week and dealing with a five-inch scar was a "small sacrifice when you compare it to saving a life." The operation was successful and Talia bounced back after only nine days.

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