Doctors saved the life of an unborn child by giving her 11 blood transfusions while she was still inside the womb, London's Daily Mail reported.
Jasmine Turner's blood type was incompatible with her mother's — a rare condition known as rhesus disease, which causes the mother's antibodies to destroy the baby's blood cells.
Doctors said without the blood transfusions, Jasmine could have died from heart failure.
Jasmine was delivered six weeks early and given three subsequent blood transfusions.
Now, at 1 year old, Jasmine is happy and healthy — as is her mother, Melanie, 34.