Female fetus 'comes back to life' in the North

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July 26, 2009 23:53

 
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A female fetus being transferred for burial from Afula's Haemek Hospital on Sunday night was found to still be living as the body was being washed. The fetus, delivered in the mother's 22nd week of pregnancy, was pronounced dead and was meant to be buried in a village near Nazareth. After it was discovered that the fetus was alive, she was examined by a doctor and returned to the hospital.

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