Doctors save baby, whose heart was racing twice as fast as normal, by 'FREEZING' his body for four days
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Doctors save baby, whose heart was racing twice as fast as normal, by 'FREEZING' his body for four days

London : United Kingdom | Feb 12, 2013 at 3:40 AM PST
Source: Mail Online UK
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12 February 2013 A newborn baby's life has been saved after doctors 'froze' his body for four whole days. Edward Ives was born with just a five per cent chance of survival due to a condition that caused his rate to race twice as fast as normal. But he has made an amazing recovery after doctors rapidly cooled... FULL ARTICLE AT Mail Online UK
 
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