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All of us at one time or another have been involved either professionally or perhaps personally with Sudden Infant Death. My first experience dates back to one of my brother’s children who was a victim of Sudden Infant Death in the 1950s. My brother and his wife had had two daughters prior to that, and this child was the male infant, the heir to the throne. The Draper clan is a very close one, and this was going to be the third generation of Thomas Frazier Draper III. The child died at three months of age, and I think that the parents did not receive the kind of support they needed and that all of us should be able to give people who have lost a child in this way.
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