My Sister's Keeper - Campbell Summary & Analysis

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Campbell misunderstands what Anna wants. He thinks she is pregnant. Anna informs him that her mother wants her to donate one of her kidneys to her dying sister. She explains her medical history. At birth, she donated cord blood to her sister, who went into remission. At age 5, Anna donated lymphocytes several times. After that didn't work, she gave bone marrow for a transplant. After her sister's relapse, she gave peripheral blood stem cells. Campbell asks why she cannot tell her parents how she feels. She says she is ignored. She feels the only reason she is alive is to save her sister. She says that if her sister does not get the kidney, she will die. Campbell asks why she is here now. She says because her donations never seem to end.

She offers a small amount of money and is shocked...

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