12 patients made medical history in California earlier this year with a six-way kidney swap. Now, they've met one another for the first time. Carter Evans reports on the emotional reunion.
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A group of strangers helped make medical history at California Pacific Medical Center in San Francisco. They formed a so-called "transplant chain," with 12 patients in a six-way kidney swap -- the largest ever on the West Coast. Carter Evans reports on how they met for the first time.
When Zully Broussard donated her kidney to a stranger, a relative of that stranger gave a kidney to another stranger, leading to six transplants. Broussard tells CBS News about her decision, and what it was like to meet the man whose life she changed.
Zully Broussard, a blood type O universal donor, donated her kidney to a stranger and started a chain reaction of good will and changed lives
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Jose Chua Lopez was born with a heart defect and could die if he doesn't receive the transplants