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Biological parents may hold hope for girl with rare disease

By Ma Zhenhuan in Hangzhou | China Daily | Updated: 2018-02-14 07:49

An international search for a DNA match to the biological parents of an adopted child has ignited the caring hearts of thousands of people in China and the United States, especially at a time of traditional family reunions during Spring Festival.

The parents of Meisyn Ellison, who was born in China as Jiang Lirou and is now 13 and living in Cedar City, Utah, are urgently calling for help in Lishui, Zhejiang province, where the girl was born.

Meisyn was born on Jan 5 in 2006, and was found abandoned at the doorway of the Lishui public security bureau. She was sent to the local Lishui Children's Home.

Biological parents may hold hope for girl with rare disease

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