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Published: Thursday, 11/13/2008

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Slug: CTY nicu13p C                                        The Blade/Jeremy Wadsworth  Date: 11/012/08  Caption: Paula  Samples, NICU nurse, helps her daughter Madison, 4, decorate a tile during a reunion for  patients of the St. Vincent's Children's Hospital Newborn Intensive Care Unit (NICU) that helped mark Prematurity Awareness Day Wednesday, 11/12/08, in Toledo, Ohio. Slug: CTY nicu13p C The Blade/Jeremy Wadsworth Date: 11/012/08 Caption: Paula Samples, NICU nurse, helps her daughter Madison, 4, decorate a tile during a reunion for patients of the St. Vincent's Children's Hospital Newborn Intensive Care Unit (NICU) that helped mark Prematurity Awareness Day Wednesday, 11/12/08, in Toledo, Ohio.
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Paula Samples, a nurse in the Newborn Intensive Care Unit at St. Vincent Mercy Children s Hospital, helps daughter Madison, 4, decorate a tile to be hung at the NICU.



Slug: CTY nicu13p A                                        The Blade/Jeremy Wadsworth  Date: 11/012/08  Caption: Beth Vajen of Napolean, Ohio, holds her son Ethan Saneholtz, 4 months, during a reunion for  patients of the St. Vincent's Children's Hospital Newborn Intensive Care Unit (NICU) that helped mark Prematurity Awareness Day Wednesday, 11/12/08, in Toledo, Ohio. Ethan was born 12 weeks early and weighed one pound 15 ounces. Slug: CTY nicu13p A The Blade/Jeremy Wadsworth Date: 11/012/08 Caption: Beth Vajen of Napolean, Ohio, holds her son Ethan Saneholtz, 4 months, during a reunion for patients of the St. Vincent's Children's Hospital Newborn Intensive Care Unit (NICU) that helped mark Prematurity Awareness Day Wednesday, 11/12/08, in Toledo, Ohio. Ethan was born 12 weeks early and weighed one pound 15 ounces.
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Beth Vajen of Napoleon holds her 4-month-old son, Ethan Saneholtz, left, during a reunion yesterday of former care unit patients and their families.




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