ABC News reports on unbelievable stories of sacrifice and survival: A WOMAN'S WILL TO LIVE When she was four years old, Heather Bland was leaning against a door in her mother's car as she backed out of a parking space. The door opened and Bland fell out, and was crushed by the front wheel. Now, 35 years after the accident, with some 200 surgeries behind her, Bland still battles serious health issues, but her amazing spirit and optimism help her with the fight. GENETIC ENGINEERING TO SAVE A CHILD Within hours of Katie Trebing's birth, she needed a blood transfusion to save her life, the first of many to come. Steve and Stacy Trebing's daughter was born with Diamond Blackfan Anemia, a rare bone marrow disease that affects just 30 out of four million births each year in North America. There was just one way to cure Katie, a bone marrow transplant from a perfectly matched sibling. Yet her older brother, Calvin, was not a match. So the Trebings were presented with a process of testing embryos called pre-implantation genetic diagnosis. The outcome would ensure their next child and Katie shared the same bone marrow DNA. DONORSCHOOSE: THE GIFT OF EDUCATION Teachers spend more than $1 billion a year on supplies for their classrooms, and yet they still do not have everything their classrooms need. A website called DonorsChoose.org brings help to classrooms around the country that require anything from the most basic supplies to the most innovative teaching tools. Anchors: John Stossel and Elizabeth VargasThis product is manufactured on demand using DVD-R recordable media. Amazon.com's standard return policy will apply.