The hug that helped change medicine




In 1995, a baby was saved by the hug of her sibling. CNN’s Lisa Sylvester reports on a twin bond that has lasted.

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The hug that helped change medicine

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  1. Great story. I find it interesting that pro-abortion CNN is covering this. Since CNN has their heads up the asses of the liberal left, who in turn promotes the death sentence of unborn babies via legalized abortion, this has to be above their pay grade. Hypocrites.

  2. My granddaughter was born at 25 weeks weighing 1lb 12oz. After two bleeds on the brain and having 20cm of intestines removed and chronic lung problems, she is now 11 years old and,apart from some hearing loss, she’s starting high school this year. Never give up on these little fighters.

  3. Have multiples and need some advice? Or need to talk to someone who has been through it too? Join Moms of Multiples and maybe we can all help each other! I recently had twins in Jan and realized there is alot I didn't know and I wish I could talk to someone in a similar situation as me. I think I have found the way for us to help each other! Blog/Website coming soon!
    https://www.facebook.com/groups/XMomsOfMultiplesX/

  4. Nurses are so much more than assistants or "field workers" (nothing against them, they are vital in their own way). They are on the front line of healthcare. Just as vital as docs in their own way 😊

  5. Only comments listed here areyears old. I’m sure CNN is deleting all recent comments about the new abortion laws allowing Post birth “decisions” to kill live babies. March 9th 2019 Post

  6. I'm sure there are countless people who have been claiming to be the "real deal" regarding who is who in these videos, but I'm here to say that, hi. I'm one of the people in this video, Kyrie.

    I'm also glad that there are many people who are still touched by this story. Even if we can't remember it, it's still nice to remember the impact that genuinely good things are, especially in the wake of all the bad news that appears in our media and day-to-day lives.

    To the 27k that likes this video: Thank you very much, and I am glad that we both had an impact, even if it was just clicking a button.
    To the people that disliked it: It's the internet, and nothing was staged in the photo. Promise. Babies are pretty flexible + resilient.

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