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How a micro-preemie survived birth at one pound

A new memoir by award-winning journalists chronicles the remarkable resilience of their daughter, Juniper French, who arrived four months early weighing one pound, four ounces, her head smaller than a tennis ball

Sep 09, 2016

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abarton@globeandmail.com

Adriana Barton is based in The Globe and Mail’s Vancouver bureau. Her article on growing up with counterculture parents is published in a McGraw-Hill anthology, right after an essay by Margaret Atwood. She wishes her last name didn’t start with B.

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