Doctor Delivers Baby On Overnight Flight To Uganda

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Dr. Aisha Khatib was on an overnight flight to Uganda when a fellow passenger needed medical attention, but the doctor was shocked when she ended up having to deliver a baby mid-flight. Dr. Khatib joins News NOW to share her experience.

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