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Mom in Heart Failure Starts 'Slipping Away' During C-Section, Then She Hears It (Video)

Tanedra DuBose was in heart failure and needed to deliver her baby early at 30 weeks. She was told before her c-section there was a 30 - 40% chance she may not survive. WFTV reports that DuBose remembers feeling weak and slipping away in the middle of the C-section, but as soon as she heard her daughter cry it gave her strength to live. "It was like a second wind," and "It was like the fight began," she tells WFTV.

Source: WFTV
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