Two terminally ill boys strike up a friendship in a hospital ward. One of the boys decides to make the ultimate sacrifice to the other so he can have a chance at life.



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Episode cast overview:
Nick Santana
Zero Hubbard ...
Keith Williams
Dr. Mary Lewis
(as Jeff B. Cohen)
Mario Santana ...
Mr. Santana


Based on a real-life account, No Greater Gift is the poignant story of Nick Santana and Keith Williams, two twelve year olds from different backgrounds who are drawn together by their illnesses, but torn by the realization that they will soon be seperated, he must make a decision that could save his new friend's life. Written by Rick

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11 September 1985 (USA)  »

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1.33 : 1
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Basically an advertisement for organ donors
22 August 2007 | by See all my reviews

ABC afterschool specials. This certainly was a special because it ended up on video. however, despite the great message, it's nothing more than an advertisement for organ donorship. in the end, there's a message stating where you can contact someone for info on the idea.

Nick Santana is apparently a bad kid. he hangs out with the wrong crowd, gets expelled from school, and to begin the story, he has a tumor in his head. He's brought to the hospital where he befriends a boy named Keith. Keith has been in the hospital for a while, on a machine that does what his bad kidney cannot. eventually, nick believes he'll die, and wants to donate one of his kidney's to Keith.

you're not gonna enjoy this video. bottom line, 4/10.

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