My Sister's Keeper - Campbell Summary & Analysis

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Campbell, too, discards his notes. He says he agrees with Sara in that this case had nothing to do with genetic material. He says it is about Anna growing up. In 10 years, she will be great. He says the parents are not able to be objective, and it is Anna's choice even if she is a minor. He says Anna did not sue for selfish reasons. He says Anna may decide to give a kidney to Kate, anyway. He says what he, the judge, or the parents think is not important. What Anna thinks is.

The judge calls for a break to make his decision. Campbell jokes with people outside about his dog's purpose. This makes him feel better. The judge comes back with a picture of the daughter he lost. Campbell thinks he has lost. He says he had to think about...

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