A New Jersey nanny donated part of her liver to the girl she used to watch. In 2016, 22-year-old Kiersten Miles was hired to take care of Talia Rosko and her two older siblings. Just weeks after Miles took the job, she started thinking about Talia, who was born with a condition called biliary atresia, and how she might be able to help. She began researching living organ donation, and after several months of testing, Miles found out she was a perfect match for Talia. Last month, medical teams removed a portion of Miles' liver at the Hospital of the University of Pennsylvania and rushed it next door to the Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia, where they implanted it into Rosko.
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