Britain's smallest baby at just 12oz who was given a 1% chance of survival is thriving as a teenager and dreams of becoming an actress



A girl who was Britain's smallest baby and was given just a one per cent chance of survival is now living life to the full as a teenager. 
Aaliyah Hart, 14, from Birmingham, weighed just 12oz when she was born three months prematurely in 2003.
Just seven inches long, she could comfortably sit in the palm of her mother's hand, while her own palm was no bigger than a five-pence coin.
Doctors warned her mother, Lorraine Hart, 51, Aaliyah would likely die as her lungs had not developed properly.
Now a teenager, she has astounded doctors by pulling through and showing no signs of any health... read more

 
4 September 2017 in Health, Views: 44
Source: Daily Mail
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