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BUFFALO, NY (WGRZ) -- Little four-year-old Rosie Miller and her friend, Michelle Clark, are reading a story together.

They share something else as well: one of Michelle's kidneys.

How the two came together is quite a story in itself.

Rosie and her twin sister were born prematurely.

Both had health problems. Rosie was born with extremely small kidneys that never developed.

Scott Brown: "Early on what did the doctors tell you?"

Virginia Miller, Rosie's mom: "Well when we first had her in Rochester, they told us to stop everything and let her go. I took a lot of time, a lot of soul searching and said as long as she didn't give up, I wasn't and we fought from there on out. If we could keep her alive and well with what we were doing until she was big enough for a transplant that's what we would go for.

Rosie's mom, Virginia, had watched a story 2 On Your Side had done about about a local man, Greg Emminger of North Tonawanda, who donated one of his kidneys to a stranger, a woman from Florida that he met through a website called the Kidney Connection where people in need of kidneys can post their profiles.

After seeing our story, Virginia put Rosie's profile on the Kidney Connection website.

READ MORE HERE: http://www.wgrz.com/story/news/local/2013/12/03/woman-child-celebrate-kidney-transplant/3704343/

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