First of all it's not a demand. It's a simple question. You said a preemie could REACH viability with medical assistance. Provide me with one example.....ONE. You can make up your own scenario. It should be easy.<quoted text>
Doc, I have linked up what's called The Limit of viability. I've used info from the '80s, the '90s, and in the new century as it has changed with the available technology. It gives different information regarding preemie births, stats, available technology while fetus is still in utero and after delivery.
Since the stats include the percentages of those preemies who do and do not survive with ALS, I believe I have met your demand more than once within the last year. The ball's in your court.
Your so called stats regarding those that survive and those that don't survive with ALS means nothing.
Those that survived with ALS were viable at the time that ALS was applied. Those that did not survive were, in retrospect, NEVER viable. NEITHER is an example of a preemie REACHING viability with medical assistance.
Can you personally, in your own words, define the possible circumstances under which a preemie can reach viability with medical assistance or can you not ? The question is simple.