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Offline Rella

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Re: Science at work
« Reply #1 on: Thu Apr 27, 2017 - 08:53:03 »
 I can see a place for that technology.
 My youngest son tried to breath too early and had ambionic fluid in his lungs and was put in an incubator in the preemie section of the hospital. At 8 Lb 4 oz he looked like a giant, but got over it.
 My reaction to this article, is "astounded and amazed". Thanks.
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