In 2004, a little boy named Simon Sudman was born. He weighed almost seven pounds and had an APGAR score of eight and nine. He was 50% for weight and 25% for height. Every few hours, he’d finish a bottle (except for a four-hour stretch overnight). At seven weeks, Simon smiled for the first time. He died 47 days later. The initial prognosis was sudden infant death syndrome (SIDS).
The pediatrician told Phyllis and Darren to get their hearts checked, and Phyllis, was diagnosed with Long QT Syndrome (LQTS). This condition has been linked to up to 15% of all SIDS deaths.
The Sudmans started Simon’s Fund (a 501(c)(3) organization) to prevent other parents from losing a child to sudden cardiac arrest.
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Ken  Fair,  Esq.
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