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At odds of 100,000-to-1, Eva gets her chance of life

6th June 2007
This is the moment 3 year old Eva Winston Hart was given a potentially life saving trransplant at Birmingham Children's Hospital, following a global search for a donor.  Eva who has a rare form of leukaemia, was injected with stem cells taken from the umbilical cord of a year old US baby.  Doctors had told her parents, the pioneering transplant was her only chance of survival. 

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Title: At odds of 100,000-to-1, Eva gets her chance of life
Author: Anne Waller
Article Id: 3066
Date Added: 6th Jun 2007

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