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Ed Henry, host of “America’s Newsroom,” mentioned on “Fox & Friends” on Tuesday how his youthful sister Colleen, who has a compromised immune system, is doing in the course of the coronavirus outbreak.
Final July, Henry donated part of his liver to his youthful sister who has battled a degenerative liver illness.
“Lots of people, due to COVID-19, have been asking me about my sister due to her immune system,” Henry mentioned on “Fox & Mates” on Tuesday. “She’s doing nice.”
He supplied the replace as he revealed the title and canopy of a e-book he wrote in regards to the expertise. The e-book is known as “Saving Colleen.”
“If you happen to don’t bear in mind I donated a part of my liver to my sister,” Henry reminded viewers on Tuesday. “She had a liver illness for a very long time. The e-book is how she is the true hero.”
“She battled this totally on her personal. I got here in on the final minute. It’s all about her,” he continued. “I attempt to inform her story. I’m making an attempt to encourage different folks to give life.”
When host Steve Doocy requested how Henry is doing post-surgery and amid the pandemic he mentioned, “I really feel nice. I attempt to verify it’s not about me.”
He added that he wished to speak in regards to the e-book for the primary time on “Fox & Mates” as a result of “you have been those who pulled me by means of this,” referencing the hosts of the present. He additionally talked about “Fox & Mates Weekend” hosts Pete Hegseth and Jedediah Bila helped him by means of that point. Henry anchored “Fox & Mates Weekend” previous to anchoring “America’s Newsroom.”
“Religion,” he mentioned, “received us by means of.”
An emotional Henry mentioned he had appreciated the phrases of encouragement and the truth that host Ainsley Earhardt had been praying for him as he and his sister have been recovering.
“After I got here out of it, I wasn’t watching lots of TV, and my mates got here to me they usually mentioned, ‘Do you notice how a lot Ainsley each single day,’ and I didn’t know this, they mentioned, ‘Ainsley was praying each single day on the air saying, ‘Pray for Colleen, pray for Ed.’ I didn’t know that as a result of I wasn’t watching TV,” he famous.
He went on to say, “Due to you guys, due to “Fox & Mates” I wrote this e-book and it introduced a lot consideration to the concept of dwelling donors and I need to thanks.”
The e-book, which Henry mentioned is scheduled to be launched September 15, is obtainable for preorder on Amazon, Barnes & Noble, amongst others.
Henry revealed on Tuesday that he shall be donating a part of the proceeds to The Living Bank in Texas, which he mentioned has been useful to him and different dwelling donors. He additionally mentioned he’ll donate some proceeds to the American Liver Foundation.
He added that after watching “Fox & Mates” on Monday and listening to Archbishop of New York Timothy Cardinal Dolan say contributions are down, he determined he’ll donate the remainder of the proceeds to St. Patrick’s Cathedral.
Fox Information’ David Montanaro contributed to this report.
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