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Born Breathless, Baby Finds Hope After Weeks on Life Support
September 19, 2018
From the moment he made his entrance into the world, Garrett Smith struggled to breathe. “We longed for that first cry as he was placed upon his momma’s chest,” said Kevin Smith, Garrett’s dad. “Unfortunately, we didn’t get to hear that cry. Instead, we saw Garrett gasping for air and making quiet whimpers.” As doctors […]
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