SUDC DAD RECOVERS FROM COVID-19

April 13, 2020

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MAKING WAVES

On Camera Interviews with SUDC Coalition members.

THE VAIL PROJECT ON 9NEWS DENVER

SUDC MOM TELLING HER STORY

 

NEWS & VIEWS

The articles posted here are examples of the work being done to raise awareness by SUDC parents and the non-profits associated with the SUDC Coalition.  The work of each individual and organization to advance our cause is a step toward increased awareness of SUDC.  At the SUDC Coalition we support any and all efforts to bring Sudden Unexplained Death in Childhood to the attention of the media and our communities.  Awareness is the bridge to empathy and compassion.

DR. DENISE WUNDERLER FEATURED IN A NATIONAL MAGAZINE

"There is nothing stronger than a bereaved mom who is able to get out of bed and face a new day without their child alive."

https://www.tapinto.net/towns/middletown/sections/amazing-women/articles/holmdel-mom-dr-denise-wunderler-featured-in-national-magazine

DR. WUNDERLER LECTURING AT GRAND ROUNDS AT PENN MEDICINE/PRINCETON MEDICAL CENTER

As a featured lecturer at Princeton Medical Center, Dr. Wunderler represented Team Vienna 4 SUDC Awareness by sharing her personal story of loss as well as information and data on SUDC.  It is through these speaking engagements that we greatly increase the awareness of SUDC in the medical community.

NIKO'S BILL PASSED IN CA

Congratulations to Sonya Heal Winchell for her unwavering efforts to get Niko's Bill passed in California.  After years of rejection, the governor finally signed the bill defining SUDC as a category of death in California.  Great work Sonya!

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A MOTHER'S PERSPECTIVE

SUDC Mom Shares Her Truth

SUDC Mom Athena was features in Circle of Mommas this month.  The article focuses on her belief that vaccines played a role in her son's death.  While this can be a polarizing topic in our community, we feel it is important to ensure that all members feel comfortable speaking their truth.  Until we know more about the causes of SUDC, it is imperative that we keep our minds open to multiple causes and potential links that could someday help us to understand what happened to our children.  When the article was written, Athena requested to remain anonymous out of fear of the backlash for her opinions. When I reached out to her and asked if we could share her story here she was willing to share her name knowing this was a safe community environment.  Please join us in applauding Athena for sharing her story and advocating awareness for SUDC.  Click here to read this well-written article.  

https://circleofmamas.com/health-news/a-mothers-perspective-of-sudden-unexpected-death-in-childhood/?fbclid=IwAR1VwA58sbepdYHdvy7B-Otg-wN4PbFy6Fry84EvY5dWETfuMW7ONPEb4a4

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