Michael has begun the next stage of filming for the documentary. Various of Chris' family members in Pennsylvnania and New Jersey have now been interviewed, and most recently Anne Hansen, the director of the Neonatal Clinic at Boston Children's hospital was filmed working with the sick children in the Intensive Care ward there. She talked about her work at the Boston hospital and how it compared with her work with the organization Partners in Health in Rwanda, where she is treating children in rural areas and setting up a child health care protocol for the hospitals to adopt throughout the country. In the interview, she revealed how Chris Hansen's humansistic approach to pediatrics, influenced her and eventually helped persuade her to take up medicine. She discusses the concept of GIVING and tells us how the voluntary work in Rwanda, where she can focus on individual problems, albeit in a difficult and challenging environment, helps her to deal with the high tech world of intensive medical care in Boston Children's Hospital. Perhaps a distant echo of Chris Hansen's influence, and Anne's work in Africa, can be seen at the hospital's Neonatal ward which has a 'family friendly' policy, allowing parents to be with their sick children at all times - something that Dr. Chris Hansen's would certainly endorse.