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At Birth

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In the top picture Madeline Mann is seen shortly after her birth in June 1989. Born at 27 weeks into her mother's pregnancy, she weighed just 9.9 ounces, less than any surviving baby in medical history. (AP Photo/A. Hayashi/Loyola University Health System)

In the bottom picture Madeline Mann plays the violin in Next week, she enters high school as something even more extraordinary: an honors student who plays violin and likes to rollerblade. (AP Photo/Courtesy of New England Journal of Medicine

This proves that miracles do happen.

 
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This was in our local newspaper!!! I read the whole story, wow! Awesome





Originally Posted by shoediva

At Birth
NOW

In the top picture Madeline Mann is seen shortly after her birth in June 1989. Born at 27 weeks into her mother's pregnancy, she weighed just 9.9 ounces, less than any surviving baby in medical history. (AP Photo/A. Hayashi/Loyola University Health System)

In the bottom picture Madeline Mann plays the violin in Next week, she enters high school as something even more extraordinary: an honors student who plays violin and likes to rollerblade. (AP Photo/Courtesy of New England Journal of Medicine

This proves that miracles do happen.





 
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Originally Posted by shoediva
At Birth
NOW

In the top picture Madeline Mann is seen shortly after her birth in June 1989. Born at 27 weeks into her mother's pregnancy, she weighed just 9.9 ounces, less than any surviving baby in medical history. (AP Photo/A. Hayashi/Loyola University Health System)

In the bottom picture Madeline Mann plays the violin in Next week, she enters high school as something even more extraordinary: an honors student who plays violin and likes to rollerblade. (AP Photo/Courtesy of New England Journal of Medicine

This proves that miracles do happen.

Woow..That is truly a miracle
 

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