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NBC News 20 Apr 2020

WATCH: 16-Year-Old Coronavirus Patient Gets Emotional Send-Off From Hospital


A 16-year-old coronavirus patient who was in serious condition at Cohen Children's Medical Center in Queens, N.Y., received an emotional send-off after being discharged. The girl was the first patient to be released after receiving ECMO treatment at the hospital, which is an invasive therapy that removes blood from the body and returns it with oxygen.

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