An urgent call has gone out across the world for human skin needed to treat the victims of the volcano eruption in New Zealand. Doctors have said they need 1,292 square feet of skin. Inside Edition spoke to Dr. Peter Grossman, medical director of the world-renowned Grossman Burn Center outside Los Angeles. "That's a huge amount of skin that they're requesting," he said. "I think the world will come to the assistance to the people of New Zealand."