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Brain abnormality tied to sudden infant death

Posted Jan 18, 2007.

An abnormality in part of the brain that controls breathing, arousal and other reflexes may be what causes Sudden Infant Death Syndrome, a finding that could lead to a preventive treatment, a study said on Tuesday.

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