When Genetic Autopsies Go Awry
A child, perfectly healthy, suddenly dies. It’s a heart condition, the doctor says, possibly genetic. The autopsy was inconclusive. It’s hard to know for sure. It just happens sometimes. It happens 11,000 times a year in the U.S. to people under the age of 45. Doctors call it “sudden unexpected death,” but that doesn’t give a grieving family any answers.
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