(CBS) The Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia has apologized to the family of Amelia Rivera, the girl whose family alleged she was denied a life-saving kidney transplant because she was disabled. “As an organization, we regret that we communicated in a m
Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia apologizes to Rivera family over kidney transplant flap
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