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Hospital release of tiniest baby delayed by doctors

MIAMI – A premature baby whom doctors said spent less time in the womb than any other surviving infant will remain in a hospital longer as a precaution because her white blood cell count was low.

Amillia Sonja Taylor was 9fi inches long and weighed less than 10 ounces when she was born Oct. 24 after just under 22 weeks in the womb; 37 to 40 is typical. Doctors had planned to send her home Tuesday.

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