Originally Posted by kathymuggle
I am disinclined to believe twins or 2 of 3 triplets died from SIDS on the same day. Even with the risk factors Tea laid out, the math on this happening seems astronomically low.
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Of the 66,276 fraternal and identical twins in Malloy's study, 183 were identified as dying of SIDS, including three pairs of twins. Cases of both twins dying were rare.
Malloy's study may also dispel a myth that twins die of SIDS on the same day. At least in 1987, none of the three pairs of twins dying of SIDS died on the same day.
Wouldn't that data be useful for comparison for later years i.e. after the increase in the vaccination schedule/other considerations?
I have been meaning to find the thread
recently posted about the SIDS case that was won in vaccine injury court and give it a bump. There's some interesting testimony there. The little guy that passed, was a healthy premie.
The term "anti vaccine fodder,' was used in a previous post.
If I were the parent of a premie or possibly multiples, I think I would want to know
, the current thinking on SIDS and mild infections coupled with a brain abnormality/immature developement. As I was reading the injury case, I couldn't help but think about "mild illness," not
being a contraindication to vaccinating and then the testimony about the cytokine profile resembling an influenza patient, in vaccinated (SIDS?... have to reread) infants.
If there are circumstances that lean more toward "an accident," I don't believe anyone here, would want to implicate vaccines.
I have such respect and sympathy for the mother that
posted about, who had the courage to share her son's tragic story about the blanket.
From what I have read, it does look like the home was checked for carbon monoxide and ruled out.
I couldn't find any pictures on facebook where the 3 infants were all sleeping in the same crib or the other pictures that were described, but I didn't find her personal page, only media accounts.