By Kay Quinn Healthbeat Reporter
St. Louis (KSDK) - For decades, he's taken care of the children of St. Louis.
Many local families know Dr. Blaine Sayre from his Health Care for Kids office in mid-town. He's also been on the front lines of the fight against lead poisoning in the inner city.
Now, at 69-years-old he's started a new medical practice designed just for the city's children. It's a venture inspired by one of his own patients.
Dr. Blaine Sayre joined us live on First @ 4, along with Angelique Bardley, who at the young age of 17 has battled liver cancer and is now waiting for a liver transplant.
Click on the video player to learn more about this inspiring patient and her doctor.
For information on how to become an organ donor, visit the Mid-America Transplant Services website.