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When Joyanna went to the doctor to find out whether she was having a boy or a girl, the last thing she expected was to hear that her child was in danger. At twenty weeks, Joyanna was dilating, so when her water broke three weeks later, she had to make a life or death decision: give birth to a baby that had zero chance of survival or continue the pregnancy and risk infection and death. She chose the latter. When she arrived at Cooper University Hospital, she was on bedrest for a week before delivering Kent, who was born weighing 1 pound, 3.2 ounces and fitting into his father’s hand. Doctors told Joy that Kent’s survival would be dependent on them being able to place a breathing tube into such a tiny, premature airway. “I felt peace when I delivered him. It was hard but I didn’t cry until I heard that they were able to put the breathing tube down his throat. After that moment, I knew there was hope.”
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