World’s Most Premature Baby Defies Sub-1% Survival Odds to Break Record

World’s Most Premature Baby Defies Sub-1% Survival Odds to Break Record

This article has been reprinted with permission from Guinness World Records Born in July 2020, exactly one month after the previous world’s most premature baby, Curtis Zy-Keith Means from Alabama, USA, would go on to make history. Initially, Michelle “Chelly” Butler’s pregnancy seemed to be progressing well and on track to go to full term. […]

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