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Survival, Without Brain…

November 3, 2012

Child survived for three years after being born without a brain…

Today, a news item mentions the boy, who was born only with the stem of brain. The doctors said one birth in every 10,000 witnesses this phenomenon. And most of them survive only for a few days.

I doubt that. I mean, seriously. I feel the ratio is reverse and the survival rate is much much higher than documented.

What about those who are incapable of using their brains?

Why don’t they find a way to document people who are born with wooden brains or those whose brains become dysfunctional? Why isn’t there a study documenting where they go?


Jus’ sayin folks.


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