A woman named Holly Rossiter penned an essay for Marie Claire about her choice to give birth to a baby girl would be born with severe fetal abnormalities from trisomy 13, which kills 80 percent of children born with it after the first month. Although her doctor had advised abortion, Rossiter chose to carry the pregnancy to term. Her daughter, Aubrielle, lived for four-and-a-half hours. [Marie Claire]
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