My Sister's Keeper - Anna Summary & Analysis

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Anna Summary

Anna wonders about the origins of life. She marvels about how nothing evolved into the ability to make decisions. She says the decision-making process is still flawed, though. On a Saturday, Anna is at the hospital with Kate and Sara. The trial starts in two days. The family is trying to ignore what could happen. Kate is doing well, working on a crossword puzzle. Dr. Chance comes in and asks Kate about her pain. She says there is not much. The doctor warns it may get worse in an hour. Sara says Kate is feeling so good, though. The doctor says things are going to get worse because of renal failure. Sara tries to talk about the transplant, and the room goes quiet. Anna is embarrassed. The doctor says the organ donation is up in the air. Sara protests, but Kate interrupts and...

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