Samej Anderson, born Jan. 9 at 23 weeks, stays at WakeMed’s neonatal intensive care unit. His father, Isaac Anderson, gives him the “kangaroo cuddle” to keep him warm.
Samej Anderson, born Jan. 9 at 23 weeks, stays at WakeMed’s neonatal intensive care unit. His father, Isaac Anderson, gives him the “kangaroo cuddle” to keep him warm. sgilman@newsobserver.com
Samej Anderson, born Jan. 9 at 23 weeks, stays at WakeMed’s neonatal intensive care unit. His father, Isaac Anderson, gives him the “kangaroo cuddle” to keep him warm. sgilman@newsobserver.com

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February 24, 2014 08:41 AM

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