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I Thought My Baby Was Going to Die from Covid

Experiencing life-threatening medical conditions made me think twice about encouraging statistics.

Statistics don’t mean much when you are in the losing minority. I learned that fact when my wife went into labor and I walked in the hospital very confident like it was a given that everything would go as planned. “Babies…




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Joshua Gane

Joshua Gane

I write content for RapTV. On Medium I write about music, politics, human and civil rights, philosophy and personal experiences.

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