Conceived as a marrow donor for her gravely ill sister, Anna Fitzgerald has undergone countless surgeries and medical procedures in her short life. Though their older daughter's life has no doubt been prolonged, the unorthodox decision of Anna's parents has cracked the entire family's foundation. When Anna sues her parents for emancipation, it sets off a court case that threatens to destroy the family for good. Each year, hundreds of children die because they don’t have the luxury of a matching donor to save them. A parent will see this as a time in need and will do anything to save their child, even as having a designer baby. A designer baby is a child whose genes have been picked out to match their sick sibling so they can be a perfect donor. In “My Sisters Keeper,” Sara and Brian, Kate’s parents, have a decision to make a savior sibling, which is the same as a designer baby. Kate had a type of leukemia and was very sick and she needed a donor fast, but so did hundreds of other people ahead of her on the list of people in need. That’s when Sara and Brian, her parents, decided to have a designer baby, who was named Anna, because it was the fastest way to help save her. “My Sisters Keeper” does an amazing job at portraying the viewpoints of not only Anna but everyone around her. Well, until Anna suddenly dies in a car accident literally right after the trial. Because Campbell was awarded power of attorney, he says that Anna's kidney should go to Kate. Kate survives the transplant and lives, even though her sister dies. Brian and Sara regret neglecting Kate her whole life, and Kate lives with the memory (and the kidney) of her sister.