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DETROIT LAKES - When Bridget Miller was 20 weeks along in her pregnancy, she and her husband, Jesse, found out their daughter had congenital diaphragmatic hernia.

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"That just means her diaphragm didn't form," Bridget Miller explained.

At 20 weeks into her pregnancy, Bridget was told her baby had a 50 percent chance of living. Two weeks before she delivered, she was told her daughter now had a 5 percent chance to live.

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