First Quadruple Bypass

A six-year-old girl has had the world’s-first QUADRUPLE organ transplant on a child to save her life from a rare killer genetic condition. Little Angela Bushi suffered from Wolcott-Rallison Syndrome (WRS), a rare genetic condition causing insulin-dependent diabetes and organ failure that usually leads to death. Angela, from Jacksonville, Florida, also faced repeated infections, bone and growth problems and even intellectual impairment all caused by WRS.

A six-year-old girl has had the world's-first QUADRUPLE organ transplant on a child to save her life from a rare killer genetic condition. Little Angela Bushi suffered from Wolcott-Rallison Syndrome (WRS), a rare genetic condition causing insulin-dependent diabetes and organ failure that usually leads to death. Angela, from Jacksonville, Florida, also faced repeated infections, bone and growth problems and even intellectual impairment all caused by WRS.

A six-year-old girl has had the world's-first QUADRUPLE organ transplant on a child to save her life from a rare killer genetic condition. Little Angela Bushi suffered from Wolcott-Rallison Syndrome (WRS), a rare genetic condition causing insulin-dependent diabetes and organ failure that usually leads to death. Angela, from Jacksonville, Florida, also faced repeated infections, bone and growth problems and even intellectual impairment all caused by WRS.

A six-year-old girl has had the world's-first QUADRUPLE organ transplant on a child to save her life from a rare killer genetic condition. Little Angela Bushi suffered from Wolcott-Rallison Syndrome (WRS), a rare genetic condition causing insulin-dependent diabetes and organ failure that usually leads to death. Angela, from Jacksonville, Florida, also faced repeated infections, bone and growth problems and even intellectual impairment all caused by WRS.

A six-year-old girl has had the world's-first QUADRUPLE organ transplant on a child to save her life from a rare killer genetic condition. Little Angela Bushi suffered from Wolcott-Rallison Syndrome (WRS), a rare genetic condition causing insulin-dependent diabetes and organ failure that usually leads to death. Angela, from Jacksonville, Florida, also faced repeated infections, bone and growth problems and even intellectual impairment all caused by WRS.