Doctors Brave Icy Roads to Save Preemie's Life

Tuesday morning, a 2-pound baby named Dorotea Orgovanyi was born at 6:10 a.m. in Mount Pleasant, Iowa — three months premature and about 50 miles away from desperately needed treatment at University of Iowa Hospitals. Late Monday, the infant's mother, Janel Orgovanyi, 38, went to the Henry County Health Center saying she felt pain. Tuesday morning, she gave birth to Dorotea — after only 26 weeks' gestation. Under normal conditions, an ambulance or helicopter would have transported a special...Full Story
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