My Sister's Keeper - Campbell Summary & Analysis

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Campbell observes how antsy doctors are when they serve as witnesses. They act like they have more important things to do such as saving lives. Campbell uses delaying tactics to make the doctor wait. Dr. Chance is Kate's oncologist, and Sara wants him to leave as soon as possible because her daughter is the one who has to be saved. Campbell asks the doctor whether the treatments were guaranteed to work. The doctor replies there are no guarantees with cancer. Campbell wants to know whether he told this to the Fitzgeralds. He says he tells them the risks because treatments can harm other parts of the body. A treatment that cures can have bad effects. The doctor smiles at Sara. He says Kate was supposed to die by age 5, and she is 16 now. Campbell points out that that is because of Anna. The...

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