News Oklahoma | Sonya Colberg
The phone rang in the middle of the night.
This time it wouldn't be delivering terrible news, the way late-night phone calls tend to do. In fact, Beth Meyers hoped it could offer a chance at getting more precious years to be a mom to her 23-year-old daughter.
Would this be the call — would this be the rush to the hospital — would this be the time that everything would fall into place and doctors would save her life?
It was the seventh call for her in the 10 months since her liver cancer was identified as one similar to what killed her mother at a young age. Every time before, the organ wasn't right and she'd return home with the cancer still ravaging inside. But this time, the liver was a match and healthy.
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