What? The conversation was about determining fetuses viable. That after baby was born, after baby was attached to ALS, baby didn't survive outside the womb after all. It didn't reach viability. The conversation was about Doc's contention with the phrase, "reaching viability".<quoted text>
How long does a baby have to live to be considered viable?
I don't know what you, Ink, and JM think this has to do with the baby born from the fatal car accident. That baby, if there'd been no car accident, would most likely still be in utero.
So what's your guys' point? What point do you think you've made? You sound so confused to me trying to combine two separate conversations into one all while pointing your crooked fingers at me.