Extremely Premature Baby Readies to Go Home Amillia Taylor was born on Oct. 24, 2006, at just 21 weeks and six days, making her the most premature baby known to survive. A neonatologist who has helped take care of the baby since her birth reports on her condition.

Extremely Premature Baby Readies to Go Home

Extremely Premature Baby Readies to Go Home

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Amillia Sonja Taylor was born Oct. 24, 2006, at 21 weeks and six days. She's believed to be the most premature baby to survive. Baptist Hospital of Miami hide caption

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Amillia Sonja Taylor was born Oct. 24, 2006, at 21 weeks and six days. She's believed to be the most premature baby to survive.

Baptist Hospital of Miami

Sonja Taylor holds her daughter on Feb. 19. Amillia is expected to leave the hospital this week. Mabel Rodriguez/Baptist Hospital of Miami hide caption

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