Defying the odds, a tiny premature baby, born at 21 weeks gestation and weighing less than 10 ounces and measuring a mere 9.5 inches, is alive and well and ready to go home. Quite possibly a world record for the most premature baby to survive, the baby amazed doctors when she was born, breathing without assistance.
After being closely monitored and kept under observation for nearly four months, the baby is now ready to join her family at home, much to the amazement of family, friends and the medical profession.
Ten Ounce Baby Survives
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