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Sept. 6 — One battle, two women — joined in a fight for life. One faced a rare and risky operation, fully aware of any problems because she would be awake through the proceedure. The other would see her skills and years of training put to the test. Both found the courage to take on an extraordinary challenge with humor, grace and a growing bond. Correspondent Keith Morrison reports.


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Posted on: 09/08/2002

Sept. 6 — One battle, two women — joined in a fight for life. One faced a rare and risky operation, fully aware of any problems because she would be awake through the proceedure. The other would see her skills and years of training put to the test. Both found the courage to take on an extraordinary challenge with humor, grace and a growing bond. Correspondent Keith Morrison reports.

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