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Saybie, Born At 8.6 Ounces In San Diego, Is Now The World's Tiniest Surviving Baby

She was born prematurely at 23 weeks of gestation weighing about as much as a large apple.
The baby, whom nurses at a San Diego hospital called "Saybie," is believed to be the world's tiniest surviving newborn. Source: Sharp HealthCare

Her first life accomplishment was setting a world record.

A girl believed to be the smallest-ever surviving baby — weighing just over half a pound at 8.6 ounces at birth — has been released from a California hospital, officials revealed on Wednesday.

After almost five months in a neonatal intensive care unit, the

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