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Born in silence: Parents draw attention to stillborn babies

January 30, 2013

http://www.komonews.com/living/health/Born-in-silence-Parents-draw-attention-to-stillborn-babies-188939491.html

 

Source - KOMO TV


After a 9-month-long, completely normal pregnancy, the Sprakers’ daughter Emily died in the womb. The parents went from feeling absolute joy to total devastation. Ten years later, they are sharing their story in a video they made with Seattle Children's Hospital in hopes of drawing more attention to a tragedy they say our society is hesitant to talk about: stillborn babies.

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