Kate and David Ogg with their son Jamie in hospital

Kate and David Ogg with their son Jamie in hospital

An Aussie mum has told how her touch brought her “dead” baby back to life.
Doctors gave little Jamie Ogg no chance of survival when he was born prematurely at 27 weeks on March 25, weighing just one kilo.
His twin sister Emily had survived but Jamie was declared dead by the doctor who delivered him after 20 minutes battling to get him to breathe.
He was handed to his mother Kate so she and her partner David could grieve and say her goodbyes.
But after two hours of being spoken to, touched cuddled and held by his mum he began showing signs of life.

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