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  • 'Getting Through The Minute, The Hour, The Day': Parenting Premature Infants

    'Getting Through The Minute, The Hour, The Day': Parenting Premature Infants

    Christine Maltese Yang was a tad apprehensive when she heard her husband Ted Yang was writing a book about the premature birth of their triplets and the loss and difficulties that followed. She worried about what would be revealed in Table For Five; A Father’s Story of Life, A Father’s Story of Life, Love and Loss.“After I read it, I felt better about it,” Maltese Yang admitted. ...

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    Pediatrician Dr. Michael Apkon On Premature Birth: 4 Months Early Is Now Survivable

    Until the 1980s, it was generally accepted in the medical community that premature babies born at 28 weeks or earlier would face an almost impossible struggle to survive. In the 40 years since, pediatrician and ICU specialist Dr. Michael Apkon has seen that number go down to 24 weeks and even earlier.“That’s an appreciable impact,” stressed the former CEO of Tufts Medical Center in ...