American Airlines “refused family their first class seats because captain claimed their Downs syndrome son was being disruptive”

Family film the moment American Airlines “refused them their first class seats because their son has Down”s Syndrome”Family was told that their 16-year-old son with Downs syndrome was being disruptiveParents disagreed and said that the American Airlines pilot was uncomfortable with the boy”s disability and didn”t want him in first classThe family is now threatening to sue the airline

One kidney, three bodies, in two weeks: World"s first "hand-me-down" kidney transplant saves father-of-five, 67, after brother"s…

One kidney, three bodies, in two weeks: World's first 'hand-me-down' kidney transplant saves father-of-five, 67, after brother's body rejects sister's organKidney donated by Cera Fearing, 21 to her brother Ray, 27After Ray's body rejected transplant, kidney was given to 67-year-old Erwin Gomez, a surgeon and father of fiveFirst documented double transplant of kidney on record | UPDATED: 08:09 GMT, 26 April 2012 Hand-me-downs work with unwanted or unsavory clothes, as they apparently do with organs.