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London hospital's first birth

23rd September 2009

Great Ormond Street Hospital in London has seen its first birth in its 157-year history.

Nicola Tyler, the mother of cancer patient Kelly, 6, who was receiving treatment for Non-Hodgkin's Lymphoma, gave birth to baby Zac while staying with her daughter. The famous central London hospital, which treats sick children, does not have a maternity unit but staff helped when baby Zac arrived five days early. Kelly, whose neck tumour was diagnosed in June, is now recovering well.

 

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