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  • Hospital's Tiniest Preemie Home After Four Months in NICU

    Baby Faith was born four months early and weighed 15 ounces, making her the smallest preemie to ever survive at NYU Langone Medical Center.
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  • Hospital's Tiniest Preemie Home After Four Months in NICU

    Faith left the hospital in July and is now home with her doting parents, Marie and Rich Massey. She weighs nearly 10 pounds.
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  • Hospital's Tiniest Preemie Home After Four Months in NICU

    A team of doctors saved Faith and kept her alive in the hospital for four months until she could go home.
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  • Hospital's Tiniest Preemie Home After Four Months in NICU

    Baby Faith has no structural brain damage that doctors can see, and her doctor called her survival "a miracle."
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  • Hospital's Tiniest Preemie Home After Four Months in NICU

    The baby joins Marie and Rich Massey and Marie's two other children in Princeton, N.J. after spending four months in Manhattan at NYU Langone.
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  • Hospital's Tiniest Preemie Home After Four Months in NICU

    Faith, pictured cuddling with a bear, is expected to be a healthy child, but doctors will keep a close eye on her for complications.
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  • Hospital's Tiniest Preemie Home After Four Months in NICU

    Mom Marie Massey never doubted that Faith would survive. She had faith, she says.
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