What would you do if you learned your unborn had a rare brain disease and would die hours after being born?
This young couple decided to carry their baby to term — and in doing so, gave her the chance to save others.
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When Krysta Davis was 18 weeks pregnant, she and her partner Dereck Lovett were told that their unborn child had anencephaly, a serious birth defect in which a baby is born without parts of the brain and skull. Babies born with the condition are expected to live anywhere from several moments to just a few days. It was then that they were told they could induce labor and deliver their baby or go ahead with the pregnancy and donate the baby’s organs to other children. The latter is what Davis and Lovett opted to do, and on Christmas Eve, Davis delivered a baby girl named Rylei Arcadia Diane Lovett.