(WXYZ) - Thousands of babies are born at Hutzel Women's Hospital in Detroit, many of them have special needs.
But the dedicated doctors and nurses fight for their mere survival around the clock.
When a baby is born prematurely, it's a race against time to save their lives. They need to grow and develop before entering the real world.
But that takes patience, skill and the watchful eyes of those who work in Hutzel's Neo-Natal Intensive Care Unit.
It can be nerve-wrecking for a mother who is hoping and praying for the future of their child.
MEET THE WORKERS IN THE HUTZEL’S NEO-NATAL INTENSIVE CARE UNIT; WATCH THE FULL REPORT IN THE VIDEO PLAYER ABOVE.
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