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COLUMBUS (WCMH) — Lori Gray was just 14 years old when she held her newborn son in her arms, for 20 minutes. Then she gave him away forever.

“I thought I would never see him again,” Gray says. “It’s hard. It’s probably one of the worst things I ever had to do, but I think it was the best.”

Little did she know, 40 years later, she would be back in the hospital being treated for cancer, when she would hold her son again.

“I still have the picture that Junior took over my shoulder of me meeting Lori for the first time. And she was a little upset and I said ‘You know mom, we just have to stop planning on meeting like this…every 40 years or so,’” says Brad Watts, describing the reunion with his mom.

Watts, who was adopted by a family who moved to St. Louis, has a daughter of his own now. With the support of his adoptive mother and his wife, Watts was one…

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