The world’s most premature baby has celebrated its first birthday

The world’s most premature baby, born in the fourth month of pregnancy, celebrated his first birthday.

Richard Scott William Hutchinson was born in the US Minneapolis 131 days before the expected date of birth, at birth his weight was about 337 grams. Doctors gave him almost zero chance of survival, but six months after the birth, he was already discharged from the hospital. Richard was listed in the Guinness Book of World Records as the world’s most premature baby to survive.

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Author: Julia Harris
Graduated from Stanford University. Previously, he worked in various free news media. Currently, it is a columnist of the economy section in the Free News editors.
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