By Eirian Hallinan
A baby in Texas was born or the second time recently, 12 weeks after having had surgery to remove a tumor.
The mother, Margaret Boemer, of Plano, Texas, went in for what was supposed to be a routine ultrasound at 16 weeks only to be told that her unborn baby had sacrococcygeal teratoma. Though sacrococcygeal teratoma is the most common type of tumor in newborns, it is actually a rare condition that affects only one in every 35,000 births.(more…)