By Holly Lebowitz Rossi

Luz Milagros Bouter, the premature baby who was spent 10 hours in an Argentinian morgue last week before being discovered to be alive, is making slight improvements despite ongoing medical concerns, Argentinian media sources are reporting.  MedicalXpress.com reports on what the Argentinian news agency Telam says are some encouraging signs, including the fact that Luz was receiving some of her mother's milk through a tube every 6 hours:

Luz is severely premature, having born at only 26 weeks gestational age.

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