Around the world, 15 million babies are born premature every year and one million will not survive. Shockingly, prematurity is the leading cause of death in children under five, but just like here in the UK, other countries are seeing significant improvements in the health and survival or premature babies due to family-centred care.
Louise's daughter Georgie was born at 24 weeks, and was very poorly. Here, Louise remembers their 18 week journey through neonatal care, how all her family played their part, and the whole range of emotions she experienced.
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