Nurse Placed Baby Next to Dying Twin, Then She Witnessed the Hug That Changed Medicine

Hugs are important for everyone, but this particular hug was life-changing.

In 1995, it wasn’t common for premature babies to be handled or touched—they mainly stayed in their incubators because the medical community thought they were too fragile to be handled.

But one nurse changed all that.

When one of Paul Jackson’s premature twin daughters started experiencing complications, on-duty nurse Gayle Kasparaian tried something no one in the US had done yet—she placed the more stable twin inside the ill twin’s incubator.

The stable twin wrapped her arm around her, and what happened after was nothing short of a miracle.

Watch the full amazing story down below.


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