Max and Megan Matthews
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First successful saviour sibling treatment for UK

A nine-year-old girl from Norfolk has had a life-saving transplant from a so-called saviour sibling.

Megan Matthews would have died but for tissue donated by her baby brother Max.

It is the first time that the entire treatment has been successfully conducted in the UK.

Fergus Walsh reports.

  • 21 Dec 2010
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