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World's smallest boy going home from hospital

World's smallest boy going home from hospital

A Japanese baby believed to be the smallest surviving boy ever when he was born at 258 grams in October, left Nagano Children's Hospital Saturday after growing to seven pounds.

April 20 (UPI) -- A Japanese baby believed to be the smallest surviving boy ever when he was born at 258 grams in October, left Nagano Children's Hospital Saturday growing and healthy.

His birth size set a world's record for the smallest surviving boy.

The family lives in Karuizawa, Nagano Prefecture, but spent plenty of time at the Nagano Children's since Ryusuke's birth.

Doctors admitted Toshiko Sekino to the hospital Sept. 29 after suffering from hypertensive disorders in connection with the pregnancy.

Source: www.upi.com
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