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Topic - Joe Rivera
A man accused of fatally shooting two men at a Santa Fe-area Christmas party in 2012 has been found guilty of the slayings.
The parents of a 3-year-old New Jersey girl who claim she's being denied a kidney transplant because of her mental disabilities say they will meet with hospital officials next week. The claim has caused a furor online but experts warn the situation may be much more complex.
The parents of a 3-year-old New Jersey girl who claim she's being denied a kidney transplant because of her mental disabilities said their problems may be with one doctor, and not The Children's Hospital of Philadelphia.
Joe Rivera said Wednesday that he and his wife, Chrissy, spoke with officials from The Children's Hospital of Philadelphia on a Sunday night conference call.
For example, the blog notes that Rivera told the hospital that "we plan on donating" the kidney, since they come from a large family.