Planning a baby this year? How I donated my baby’s placenta & where it is now

The day before the birth
Baby Jocelyn
Anna Tirrell of BTR wheels the placenta out of the hospital
A piece of Jocelyn’s amniotic membrane after processing
Jocelyn, 9 months old

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Sarah Gray is the author of A Life Everlasting: The Extraordinary Story of One Boy’s Gift to Medical Science.

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