Doctors perform lifesaving surgery on baby's grape-sized heart
from The Sun via Fox News
A desperately ill baby was saved by a world's first operation on her heart while it was just the size of a grape. Rheya Tooke was diagnosed with three deadly defects when she was only 10 days old. U.K. doctors said the 5-pound infant was too small to survive an operation on a hole in her heart, a vessel that leaked blood into her lungs and a malformed artery. But they feared she was too weak to live without it.
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