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"We have been waiting for this moment for a long time....Sarah breathes on her own."

That's the status update that came with the new video of little Sarah Murnaghan.

In the video, Sarah's aunt asks Sarah, "Are you off your machines?" To which Sarah eventually responds, "I feel fine."

"She's getting no assistance, whatsoever," Janet tells the camerawoman.

Sarah gives a brief smile at the end.

Sarah has been recovering at home since mid-August. She had previously endured two lung transplants and was at the center of a battle to get on the adult transplant list after almost dying from cystic fibrosis.  

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