A death in the family
In her efforts to make sense of sudden infant death syndrome, Sophie Hannah found more questions than answers
Murder is always shocking. But when a mother is accused of killing her baby, it confounds us in a way that other accusations of murder do not.
Sudden infant death syndrome (Sids) is the medical term given to an unexpected infant death that remains unexplained after a thorough forensic postmortem.
When experienced by a family, it is devastating.
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