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In 1998, teenager Jeffrey Galli suffered a severe spinal cord injury in a swimming-pool accident. His father, Richard Galli, wrote a book documenting the difficult ethical questions he grappled with as his son lay paralyzed in a hospital bed. Richard and Jeffrey Galli join Diane to talk about their lives before and after the accident.
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