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Charlie had just eight weeks with his parents. They're now fighting to spare other parents from grief

Summary by Ground News
Charlie Streeter was born more than three months premature and weighed just 680 grams. He had necrotising enterocolitis (NEC), a disease of the gut and one of the most common causes of death in the one-in-10 Australian babies born prematurely. The family is now determined to change that. They've teamed up with the Hudson Institute of Medical Research in Melbourne, to help raise awareness and funding for research into NEC.

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