Published in Biotech Law Weekly, August 20th, 2004
The researchers have named the newly described form as sudden infant death with dysgenesis of testes, or SIDDT. The finding, released online by the journal Proceeding of the National Academy of Sciences could provide new insight into the inexplicable, sudden deaths of some 3,000 infants a year in the U.S.
SIDS has long been a catchall term for infants that die unexpectedly of unknown causes before their first...
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