Weighing just 1 lb, 7oz, Liam Geren was born on January 12, 2012 at only 24 weeks gestation. He spent 15 weeks in the NICU before returning home to his family and is growing stronger every day! He is a happy and healthy baby with no signs of prematurity and his mother Chris Geren of Bryan, Ohio credits his success to the advances funded by The March of Dimes.
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The Bryan March for Babies walk will be held Saturday April 27, at the Jaycee Pavilion in Bryan, Ohio. Those wishing to form a team can visit www.marchforbabies.org to register. Or contact Tracy Ulrich at email@example.com.
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