Little, tiny baby? Ryusuke Sekino of Japan was just over half a pound. Now he's going home

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The University of Iowa keeps a Tiniest Babies Registry. The previous smallest surviving boy weighed 9.5 ounces when he was born last year in Japan.                 …

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