Three week old baby girl saved by super glue

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A baby girl is alive thanks to doctors at the university of Kansas hospital.

The child’s mother says she knew something was wrong with her 3 week old daughter.

She says the newborn went from being very quiet to constantly screaming and vomiting. Doctors discovered a brain aneurysm, the size of an almond on a blood vessel.

It’s a condition so rare in newborns, that there are =no= surgical instruments to repair the problem.

That’s when one doctor turned to superglue.

Little Ashlyn is making a quick recovery.

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