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A boy who was born at 5months and given a 1%survival chances now enters Guinness world record

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  • A newborn baby from Alabama, the United States of America, has made history as the world’s most premature baby
  • Baby Curtis Zy-Keith Means was born in July 2020, and doctors had said he had one percent survival chance
  • The baby was born at 21 weeks and one day, weighing 420 grams; his due date was expected to be on November 11

A newborn baby from Alabama has broken the world record for being the most premature baby.

Baby Means was born in July 2020, weighing 420 grams. His due date was expected to be on November 11. Doctors gave him a 1% survival odds when he was born, and the little champ outdid himself.

The newborn’s mother Chelly Butler told Guinness World Record:

“The medical staff told me that they don’t normally keep babies at that age. It was very stressful.”

According to a Guinness World Record website report, Means responded extraordinarily well to treatment and, as the days and weeks went on, he grew stronger and stronger.

The baby was born with a twin sister who was also delivered at 21 weeks one day, named C’Asya Means. However, she was less developed and did not respond to the treatment like her brother did. Tragically, she passed away just a day after birth.

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