Doctors Save Unborn Baby's Life by Operating On Her Lung
Barack Obama voted against protections for infants born alive during the process of aborting them. If he were a man of thoughts deeper than his rigid ideology, and if he had a conscience when it came to protecting the most innocent and vulnerable among us, what would he make of this?
Lake Annabelle Hall wouldn't be alive today if doctors at Children's Hospital of Colorado hadn't operated on a cyst on her left lung before she was born.
Doctors pulled her halfway out of her mother's womb, leaving her connected to her the umbilical cord and placenta, which served as life support for her while a team of 43 doctors and nurses operated on her.
She is now 5 months old after the medical procedure for a rare condition that saved her life.
Dr. Timothy Crombleholme performed the astounding surgery, which had to be done to remove a cyst and clear the baby's airway before she drew her first breath. Today, Lake is a healthy little girl and should not require any additional surgery.