Nanny donates part of liver to save toddler

When college student Kiersten Miles, 22, decided to take a babysitting job this past summer, little did she know that she would end up saving the life of the baby she was hired to watch.
Miles quickly learned that baby Talia Rosko, only 9 months old at the time, suffered from a rare liver disease that only affects infants. And when Miles learned — just a few weeks into her babysitting job — that little Talia needed a liver transplant to survive, Miles didn’t hesitate to get tested to see if she was a donor match. While Miles only knew the Rosko family a very short time when she made the decision, she had already formed a special connection to the young girl. …
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