The father of a 10-year-old Pennsylvania girl fighting to get the lung transplant she needs but has been denied because of her age called Health and Human Services’ Secretary Kathleen Sebelius’ decision to review child transplant policies a decision to do “not much of anything.”
Sarah Murnaghan, 10, would be at the top of the adult lung transplant list if she were 12, because she only has weeks to live and a lung transplant would as-good-as cure her of cystic fibrosis.
If she doesn’t get new lungs, her doctors say, she might not even make it to 11.
Sarah’s father, Fran Murnaghan, of Newtown Square, Pa., told ABC News Sunday that Sebelius’ mandate for review of transplant policies would not deal with current cases in a timely manner, nor deal with what he characterized as…
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