Nanny donates portion of liver to save 16-month-old’s life

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Nanny donates portion of liver to save 16-month-old’s life

A young girl’s life has been saved by her nanny who donated part of her liver to aid the child.

A 16-month-old New Jersey girl’s life has been saved by her nanny, a University of Pennsylvania student who donated a portion of her liver to aid the child.

Kiersten Miles had only known the Rosko family, of Jackson, for three weeks when she learned that baby Talia had a serious disease that could turn fatal if she didn’t receive a liver transplant.

Wanting to help and knowing that her O blood type was compatible, 22-year-old Miles started researching living organ donation.

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