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Brand new information this morning on a story we've been telling you about ten year old serum.
Hand and her fight against the policy denying her lung transplant that she needs to stay alive.
Peter Johnson junior.
Who has followed this story and done more on this Stanley -- feared fox and anybody else joins right now with new develop.
And not good news -- sad news this morning we've been in touch with Sharon -- whose.
Sarah's aunt and she reports that they are looking forward.
-- and into -- -- of share this morning -- meaning and and -- trade deal integration with an airway would be inserted and she would breeze.
There's a problem between the oxygen in the carbon dioxide.
Exchange and it's making it -- totally impossible.
To -- so we need prayers and on this sad morning.
Good wonderful development for hope though for the family estate -- Michael -- and the federal district judge in Philadelphia.
Based on a motion made by -- -- and family said.
Back off Katherine should -- -- Put this young girl Sarah ten years old.
On the adult lives to give her a fair opportunity to get the lungs she needs to help her and -- fight against cystic fibrosis that we should.
Point this is not been about politics -- -- and that's all about politics is about this and that it's not it's about kitten.
A child something that they need to stay -- it's about fairness it's about medicines about the constitution it's about the equal protection law.
In this country in 2011.
The death rate for children waiting for transplants in America was 62%.
-- for adults it was the reverse of that number.
So is that fear should children die and a higher percentage then the adults the -- -- family is saying don't take syrup first.
Just take Syria in the proper line that she belongs.
And let her be scored in the same way based on her need her sickness for survivability.
All the parameters that adults have him in the same.
Way and they're saying.
This is not the America that we know.
Their children go to the end of the line and short and they're saying we need substantial fairness not only for Sarah but of all the children that have died over the past eighteen months threat that Sarah was waiting as well there are other -- across America.
Who have been put down by this system that we put in place.
And the federal government can't explain it.
We need prayers and we need action on this day we need to speak as Americans and we need to hold hands and hope.
For all good things for Sarah and these children because we're not doing justice.
For them in this country let's hope and pray that along becomes available to her family as quickly as possible we will and we'll keep everybody of today's.
It's Peter Johnson junior thank you very much -- Steve.
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